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Coffee Price Forecast Next Week And Coffee Price Prediction In 2022

Coffee Price Forecast Next Week And Coffee Price Prediction In 2022

Coffee Price Prediction In 2022 – The latest forecasts and predictions about coffee prices next week on the world market and in 2022, according to an analysis by expert Helena Coffee Vietnam and world experts.

According to technical analysis, Robusta’s price is still struggling to accumulate and has not broken through the 1995-200 zone. If it breaks out, the next stop is the 2025-2030 zone, whereas the 1960-1965 temporary and the lower support zone of the price.

Factors affecting coffee prices futures this week

Coffee inventory situation

Robusta coffee price technical analysis for the week of July 3:

Below is the study of expert Helena Coffee Vietnam team ( according to NCIF source ):

Coffee Price Prediction in 2022: Price chart of London robusta base September/22 (source:

Impact on domestic coffee prices

Coffee Price Prediction In 2022

Here are some coffee price forecasts for the next week and 2022 by organizations and experts:

The world political situation affects the price of coffee

Global Coffee Price Prediction in 2022

In the long term, Reuters forecasts that the price of robusta coffee will fall below $ 2,000 / ton in the second quarter of 2022 when Brazil will harvest the new crop of Robusta coffee and boost sales.

Forecast of coffee consumption in 2022

USDA coffee production forecast 2022

The US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) forecast for world coffee production for the coffee year 2022/23 is up 4.7% year-on-year to 174.95 million bags, mainly thanks to Brazil in a good year of the biennial cycle time. USDA estimates global ending stocks also increased 6.3% to 34.704 million bags. This is said to be why the price of coffee derivatives dropped sharply last week.

Brazilian production forecast 2022

Coffee Price Prediction in 2022: A Brazillian farmer is watering the coffee trees

Forecast of world coffee production 2022

The International Coffee Organization (ICO) forecasts that the world coffee market will have a deficit of 3.1 million bags compared to the demand in the crop year 2021 – 2022. The balance of supply and demand reversed mainly due to the adjustment. There is a significant increase in Venezuelan consumption, but the overall trend may contribute to the reduction in inventories, as consumption exceeds production in the coffee year 2021-2022.

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