NYBOT - NYBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
185.10-5.85 (-3.06%)
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Settlement Date2014-03-19
Last Price185.10
Day's Range184.10 - 191.20
  • Reuterslast year

    Tchibo cuts coffee prices despite stronger dollar as futures plunge

    German coffee roaster Tchibo lowered its retail prices for the first time in nearly two years on Monday, becoming the latest company to walk back recent price hikes amid tumbling green coffee prices as fears of drought in top-grower Brazil wane. Tchibo, the fifth-largest roaster in the world according to market research firm Euromonitor, cut prices on its Feine Milde brand by 30 euro cents per pound and reduced prices on its Barista Espresso and Barista cafe crema products by one euro ($1.12) per kilo, the company said on its website. "In recent weeks, the situation on the green coffee markets has eased," Tchibo spokesman Arnd Liedtke said in the statement.

  • Reuterslast year

    Folgers coffee sales volume falls due to higher prices, smaller cans

    Folgers coffee sales volume fell 9 percent in the latest quarter due in part to price increases that have since been rolled back, according to brand owner J M Smucker Co. The decline also stemmed from to cuts in the size of Folgers canisters later in the quarter, Chief Financial Officer Mark Belgya said in a conference call on Thursday to discuss financial results. Higher coffee futures prices resulting from a drought in top-producer Brazil prompted Smucker and Maxwell House maker Kraft Foods Group Inc, now Kraft Heinz Co, to raise prices last year.

  • Reuterslast year

    Sucden's coffee expansion continues with Jefferies hire

    The brokerage arm of French sugar and cocoa trade house Sucres et Denrees SA (Sucden) has hired Gary Herbert, the former head of coffee futures at Jefferies Bache, as it continues to bolster its coffee business. Herbert is Sucden Financial's second Jefferies hire in less than a month, according to company statements, after it scooped up cocoa trader Michael Donovan.