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2010年十月咖啡市场报告

2011-10-26

At the link below you can see the Coffee market
report October 2010:


www.comunicaffe.com/files/monthly_coffee_market_report_october_2010.pdf


Coffee prices during the month of October remained
firm despite an overall fallback due to a decrease in Arabica prices. The
monthly average of the ICO composite indicator price was 161.56 US cents per lb
in October, a slight decrease of 1.3% compared to 163.61 US cents per lb in
September.


However, the ICO daily composite price recorded
high levels towards the end of the month, at 172.57 US cents per lb on 29
October, the highest level since 9 June 1997.


Market behaviour in October was also characterized
by a significant rise in Robusta prices, which recorded their highest levels in
two years, resulting in a reduction of the differential with Arabicas.


Volatility increased on the futures markets of New
York and London by 24.1% and 71.3% respectively.
Supply concerns contributed to the firmness of
coffee prices, due to unfavourable weather patterns in a number of countries.


In particular, heavy rains in Robusta producing
countries including Vietnam, Indonesia and India, also supported the rise in
Robusta prices. Unexpected rains have affected production in Central America
and also Colombia, which has already experienced low production levels for
three consecutive crop years.


Exports by all exporting countries during
September totalled 8 million bags, bringing the cumulative total for the coffee
year 2009/10 (October 2009 – September 2010) to 93.8 million bags as against
97.4 million bags for the previous coffee year 2008/09, representing a fall of
3.8%.


Total exports for the first nine months of
calendar year 2010 were 71.5 million bags compared with 73.9 million bags for
the same period in 2009.
Source: Comunicaffé International& Comunicaffè



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