Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022: Coffee Price Fluctuates Up and Down

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Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022

Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022: Currently, coffee prices are on a downward trend, making many people who are starting the new harvest worried. In terms of global coffee prices, robusta coffee prices continue to climb below the $1,850/ton region, while arabica continues to decline

Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022

At the end of the trading session, the price of Robusta coffee on the London floor decreased by 40 USD to 1,842 USD / ton at the time of delivery in January 2023 and 36 USD / ton at the time of delivery in March 2023 at 1827 USD / ton, a sharp decrease. Trading volume is above average.

Price of Robusta coffee traded in London – Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022

Period Price Change % change Mass Highest The shortest Open door Open contract
01/23 1842 -40 -2.13% 13604 1883 1814 1876 51821
03/23 1827 -36 -1.93% 4303 1863 1802 1858 21654
05/23 1816 -34 -1.84% 2086 1859 1793 1859 11102
07/23 1811 -33 -1.79% 618 1842 1790 1839 3173
Unit: USD($)/ Ton Coffee priceTrading unit: lot = 10 tons


Under the same circumstances, the price of Arabica coffee on the New York Stock Exchange is still in a state of continuous decline. December 2022 futures fell another 9.95 cents to 172.2 cents/lb and March futures fell another 8.6 cents to 168.35 cents/lb, a very sharp drop. Trading volume remains unchanged. Much above average.

Price of Arabica coffee traded in New York – Coffee Price Today November 4, 2022

Period PriceCoffee price Change % change Mass Highest The shortest Open door Open contract
12/22 172.2 -9.95 -5.46% 23999 181.25 170 181.15 67462
03/23 168.35 -8.6 -4.86% 18903 176 166.35 175.95 86678
05/23 166.95 -8.2 -4.68% 6759 174.35 165.05 174.35 28236
07/23 165.8 -8.05 -4.63% 2838 174 163.9 174 12617
Unit: USD Cent/lb 1USD = 100cent 1Lb ~= 0.45Kg Trading unit: lot = 37,500 lb


On Brazil’s BMF Stock Exchange, Arabica coffee prices for December 2022, March 2023, May 2023 and July 2023 futures fell by 19.3%, 19.4%, and 18, respectively 1% on October 28, 2022% and 16.8%, respectively. compared to September 28, 2022 at 211.1 US cents/lb, 211.55 US cents/lb, 213.9 US cents/lb and 215.7 US cents/lb.

At the Port of Ho Chi Minh City. Export of Robusta coffee grade 2, 5% black plate negotiated at 1,933 USD / ton, difference + 55 USD / ton, down 302 USD / tonne (respectively down 13.5%) compared to September 28 2022, according to the latest report of the Ministry of Import and Export (Ministry of Industry and Trade).

In addition, favorable weather information in the coffee growing regions of Brazil and Vietnam entering the harvest season contributed to the prolonged market decline.

Coffee World News: Study: Caffeine Consumption During Pregnancy Leads to Slightly Shorter Babies.

According to a large new study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association Network (JAMA), exposure to caffeine in the womb, even in amounts lower than currently accepted guidelines received by the United States, may lead to a decrease in height.

According to the study, the children of women who reported drinking low amounts of caffeine during pregnancy were slightly shorter than the children of women who did not drink caffeine, with the height gap particularly pronounced. between the ages of 4 and 8.

The research was developed from the  Fetal Growth and Child Health Studies (NICHD), a long-term observational effort by the US National Institutes of Health.

These findings follow a study from the same research group last year that showed that moderate caffeine intake during pregnancy can lead to smaller birth sizes and weights.

In this follow-up study, the team found no clear patterns linking maternal caffeine consumption with differences in children’s weight, BMI, or obesity risk, despite their height. was the notable exception in two separate observational studies.

One of the previous studies showed that the children of women with the highest caffeine intake were 1.5 cm shorter than the children of women with the lowest caffeine intake. Another analysis of more than 1,600 mother-infant pairs found that the gap between the group with the highest intake and the group eating the least was 0.68 cm at the age of 4, increasing to 2.2 cm at the age of 8.

Current guidelines from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists call for pregnant women to limit caffeine consumption to less than 200 milligrams per day, the equivalent of about two 6-ounce cups of filter coffee.

In that guideline, the team states, “The relationship of caffeine to growth restriction remains undetermined.”

Some good news about caffeine consumption and pregnancy has also emerged recently, with one large study finding no correlation between consumption and miscarriage, stillbirth, or preterm birthMeanwhile, the USDA’s dietary guidelines regarding pregnancy and coffee consumption remain significantly underfunded.

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