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Will Coffee Price Rise? Corn & Soybeans Advance

February 23, 2010 at 1:30 by Vladimir Vyun

Coffee may rise 21 percent in two months on lack of high quality supplies. The output in Columbia, the second largest grower in the world, fell to the lowest in 33 years because of adverse weather. Analysts predict that global demand will be about 131 million bags, while world production will be around 124 million bags in 2010. May futures for Arabica-coffee delivery slid $0.0515 (3.8 percent) to $1.319 per pound today in New York.

Corn and soybean prices advance with rising gasoline price, boosting the attractiveness of fuels produced from grain and oilseeds. Gasoline prices reached the highest level in five weeks, increasing demand for corn-based ethanol and biodiesel made from soybeans. May futures for corn delivery gained $0.11 (3 percent) to $3.8275 per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade. May futures for soybean delivery rose $0.145 (1.5 percent) to $9.69 per bushel.

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2 Responses to “Will Coffee Price Rise? Corn & Soybeans Advance”

  1. suresh

    Pl give me trend for soyabeen and corn as of today
    should i buy at this bable or short sell
    pl give for wheat also

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  2. mded

    Today we have drought season in China..
    soybeen n corn is good for short selling

    [Reply]

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