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Claus Keller

Germany

Claus Keller joined F.O. Licht in early 2006. He works as a Senior Commodities Analyst and holds a master degree in economics from the University of Cologne.

At F.O. Licht, he analyses grains, oilseed, bioenergy and coffee markets. He is one of the editors of the World Ethanol&Biofuels and the International Coffee reports and also contributes to Licht Interactive Data.

He has spoken on various international conferences on short- and long-term prospects on biofuel and grain markets.

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Futures Review: Benchmark coffee futures strengthen

Arabica futures settled narrowly mixed in the final session of the week in directionless trade.
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Honduran coffee exports to fall as farmers' plight deepens

Coffee exports are expected to fall by about 4.6% y/y to 6.6 mln 60 kg bags in 2019/20 (Oct/Sep), Francisco Ordonez, director of the Honduran Coffee Institute, told Reuters, as lower bean prices in the global market and climate change dented businesses across the Central American country.

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Futures Review: Arabica futures follow Brazil's currency lower

Coffee futures settled weaker amid pressure from a weakening Brazilian currency.

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Brazil's Conab cuts 2019/20 coffee output forecast

Conab, the federal government's crop supply agency, cut its forecast for this year's coffee crop to around 48.992 mln 60-kg bags from 50.917 mln projected in May, saying drier than normal weather will hit production.
Coffee Arabica

Futures Review: Improved crop prospects for Brazil prompt sharp drop in coffee prices

The December arabica coffee contract settled down 3.95¢ at 100.35¢ per lb, in dealings between 100.00 and 104.00¢.
Futures Coffee

Heavy rains in India bring renewed damage to Karnataka coffee areas

Unusually heavy rain in August in parts of south Kodagu (Karnatak) hit coffee planters hoping for a bumper harvest, according to local press reports.

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