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Global coffee exports for the 2016-2017 crop year are pegged around 111 million 60-kg bags, with many of the main producers seeing increases from the previous coffee year...

Global coffee production for the 2016-2017 crop is pegged around 159 million bags, up nearly 4% from the 153 million bags produced during 2015-2016...


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Coffee Crop

Year in Review

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Technical Analysis: 

Arabica coffee prices ended the 2016-17 coffee crop year 15.33%, or 23.20 cents lower, at 128.10 cents versus the 151.30 cents it settled back on September 2016. Of the negative years of the last decade, this is the fourth largest drop; surpassed only by the 85.0 cent loss in the 2014-15, 59.0 cent in the 2012-13 and 59.0 cent in the 2011-12 seasons...


The October 2016-September 2017 coffee crop year began in a state of La Niña “watch,” interestingly, in a very similar status as when the crop year came to an end. Expectations of a La Niña were around 50-60% at the beginning of October...

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