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4 Reasons Coffee’s Price Is Moving Higher


Coffee can be a highly volatile soft commodity. Each year is a new adventure when it comes to the production of coffee beans as the weather and crop diseases in growing areas around the world determine the path of least resistance for the price of the agricultural product. Therefore, while Arabica coffee prices fell to their lowest level at 92 cents per pound on the nearby futures contract on the Intercontinental Exchange since 2005 in September, consumers around the world could not lock-in or hedge that prices far into the futures for two reasons.

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