Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022: End The Chain of Decline

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Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022

Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022: Coffee in both bags ended the losing streak and rebounded slightly. Arabica coffee recovers stronger due to slow supply from Brazil.

Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022

At the end of the last session, the price of Robusta coffee in London delivered in January 2023 increased by 8 USD / ton to 1827 USD / ton, and the price for delivery in March 2023 increased by 6 USD / ton to 1814 USD / ton.

Price of Robusta coffee traded in London – Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022

Period Price Change % change Mass Highest The shortest Open door Open contract
01/23 1827 +8 +0.44% 11222 1831 1788 1818 52638
03/23 1814 +6 +0.33% 7661 1818 1781 1809 21538
05/23 1805 +5 +0.28% 2027 1811 1774 1806 11553
07/23 1798 +4 +0.22 % 488 1801 1770 1801 3848
Unit: USD($)/ Ton Coffee priceTrading unit: lot = 10 tons


On the New York Stock Exchange, the price of arabica coffee delivered in December 2022 increased by 5.85 cents/lb to 171 cents/lb, and the price for delivery in March 2023 increased by 5.35 cents/lb to 167.7 cents / lb. pounds. In the last session, coffee ended the losing streak on both exchanges and increased slightly.

Price of Arabica coffee traded in New York – Coffee Prices Today November 11, 2022

Period PriceCoffee price Change % change Mass Highest The shortest Open door Open contract
12/22 171 +5.85 +3.54 % 25214 171.7 162.9 165.3 42256
03/23 167.7 +5.35 +3.3 % 28370 168.5 160.45 162.4 101710
05/23 166.9 +5.35 +3.31 % 6505 167.3 159.75 161.85 32570
07/23 166.2 +5.35 +3.33% 3394 166.45 159.25 162.2 14778
Unit: USD Cent/lb 1USD = 100cent 1Lb ~= 0.45Kg Trading unit: lot = 37,500 lb


The reason is that the USD (DXY) index, which measures the USD against 6 major currencies (EUR, JPY, GBP, CAD, SEK, CHF) fell sharply and stood at 108.85 points in the morning. Today, down 1.7 points (equivalent to 1.54%) compared to the previous session.

On November 10, the US Labor Department released a report showing that the US inflation rate decreased slightly in October, but remained at the highest level in the past decade. Core CPI (excluding volatile food and energy prices) for October increased by 6.3% compared to October 2021, down slightly from October 2021, September core CPI.

The above information helps the market. finance is back to green. This expert added the recovery of Arabica is stronger due to the slow supply from Brazil, and the influence of the elections in that country.

Rabobank has just released its forecast for Brazilian coffee production for the year 2023/2024. It could increase by 10% to 68.25 million bags as the recent rainy weather has been very favorable for the growth of coffee plants in the 2023 harvest.

Meanwhile, HedgPoint also forecasts Brazil’s production will increase by 10% to 66.2 million bags in the next crop year. According to the results of the first survey of this crop by the Agricultural Supply and Forecast Company (Conab) of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture.

Coffee news: WCR launches Landmark Innovea Global Coffee Breeding Program

The World Coffee Research Organization and nine partner coffee-producing nations have joined forces to officially launch Innovea, a much-anticipated global network for coffee breeding.

The long-term alliance, which is supported by more than 200 WCR members, aims to quicken the speed of genetic advancement in coffee as the sector faces existential dangers. resulting from climate change.

Costa Rica, one of the network’s first participating nations along with India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda, and the United States, made the announcement today during the annual Sintercafe event in that nation.

The purpose of the Innovea network, according to a press release from the American-based WCR, which announced its debut, is to provide enhanced coffee types with greater yield, climatic adaption, flavor, and aroma. Compared to current coffee kinds, they taste better and are more genetically varied. Within the next two decades, “many countries will have an upgraded seed basket,” the experts said.

Given the challenging issue of arabica coffee’s lack of genetic variety, and the ongoing battles against crop pests and illnesses, these qualities are desired, if not absolutely necessary, for the long-term survival of the bean. under the cloud of climate change, and an ever-increasing worldwide demand.

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