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Arabica coffee soars to 17-Week High

The December arabica-coffee contract on the ICE Futures U.S. exchange gained 8.25 cents, or 4.1%, to $2.0945 a pound, the highest settlement for the most actively traded contract since April 29. The increase was helped in part by a firm

Robusta coffee hits 3-year low

Liffe January robusta coffee was up $7 or 0.4 percent at $1,586 a tonne in slim volume of 2,149 lots on Wednesday after earlier touching $1,572, the lowest level since September 2010, depressed by a bumper harvest in Vietnam, the

Oil, Grains Will Top Commodity Gains in 2011, Barclays says –

Crude oil and grains will be the top commodity performers this year as investors bet on supply disruptions, a Barclays Capital survey showed. The Standard & Poor’s GSCI Spot Index of 24 raw materials jumped 20 percent last year, led

Heat Hampers Colombian Coffee Crop, Jeopardizing Supply –

The shortage of high-end Arabica coffee beans is also being felt in New York supermarkets and Paris cafes, as customers blink at escalating prices. Purveyors fear that the Arabica coffee supply from Colombia may never rebound — that the world

Arabica Coffee Futures Near 14-Year High –

Arabica coffee futures hit a nearly 14-year high, as a pound of unroasted beans fetched nearly as much as a cup of brewed gourmet coffee. Worries that scarce supplies won’t be able to keep up with increased demand sent arabica