KC=F - Coffee 'C' Futures,Jul-2018,Com

NYBOT - NYBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
119.85
+0.90 (+0.76%)
As of 11:34AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-07-19
Open119.05
Bid119.85
Last Price118.95
Day's Range118.50 - 120.20
Volume19,949
Ask119.90
  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Caffeine boost: Makers of battery-powered coffee mixture arrested in Vietnam

    Vietnamese police have arrested five people suspected of using battery chemicals to dye waste coffee beans, the Ministry of Public Security's online newspaper, Cong An Nhan Dan, said on Tuesday, apparently passing the mixture off as black pepper. Vietnam is the world's largest exporter of black pepper, accounting for half of global trade. The country is also the world's largest producer of Robusta coffee, which has a bitter taste and is used mainly in instant coffee.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Caffeine boost: Makers of battery-powered coffee mixture arrested in Vietnam

    Vietnamese police have arrested five people suspected of using battery chemicals to dye waste coffee beans, the Ministry of Public Security's online newspaper, Cong An Nhan Dan, said on Tuesday, apparently passing the mixture off as black pepper. Vietnam is the world's largest exporter of black pepper, accounting for half of global trade. The country is also the world's largest producer of Robusta coffee, which has a bitter taste and is used mainly in instant coffee.

  • Use these scripts to avoid meetings without being rude
    Quartz5 days ago

    Use these scripts to avoid meetings without being rude

    Q: I constantly get emails from people who are in town in two months and want to know if I have any availability to grab a coffee: How do I just say no to a meeting request? Dear Busy Bee, Learning to say “yes” more frequently to others comes with benefits like a bigger professional…

  • Starbucks’ tactic to address racial bias is not going to work
    Quartz6 days ago

    Starbucks’ tactic to address racial bias is not going to work

    Starbucks often touts its progressive values. But its response to a recent episode of racial discrimination suggests that the coffee chain is operating under outdated ideas about what it takes to combat prejudice. On Apr. 12, police arrested two African-American men who were waiting for a third person to join them at a Philadelphia Starbucks.…

  • Benzinga7 days ago

    Is Your Investment Portfolio Missing Commodities?

    If you’re already an investor, commodity trading can serve to diversify your portfolio. Commodities can be anything from oil, gold and silver to coffee, sugar and wheat. Unlike certain investments, commodities ...

  • Starbucks is shutting 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct bias training
    Quartz7 days ago

    Starbucks is shutting 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct bias training

    Starbucks, embroiled in controversy over perceived racial profiling, will close more than 8,000 company-owned US stores for a day in May to conduct racial-bias training. The coffee giant will instruct almost 175,000 workers in its stores and corporate offices, using a training program that will become part of the on-boarding process for new employees, the…

  • Starbucks spent years burnishing its progressive credentials. One employee may undermine it all
    Quartz8 days ago

    Starbucks spent years burnishing its progressive credentials. One employee may undermine it all

    Since its founding in 1971, Starbucks has worked diligently to build its brand as a progressive enterprise. From sourcing its coffee beans ethically to offering health insurance to its US store employees, the company has positioned itself as a leader in corporate responsibility. That has helped persuade at least a portion its customers to pay…

  • Coffee trends
    BBC News11 days ago

    Coffee trends

    Coffee in five charts: How coffee drinking varies around the world.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Facing tough fight in mountains, Saudi-led alliance focuses on Yemen's coast

    AL-MOKHA, Yemen, April 9 (Reuters) - High-tech radar units stretch along the quay of this tiny Yemeni port and underwater fortifications have been built to block attacks from unmanned boats packed with explosives. Once a thriving coffee exporting hub, al-Mokha is now a heavily guarded forward naval base from which the United Arab Emirates monitors shipping lanes and the movements of the Houthis, their foes in a conflict that has sparked a humanitarian crisis in one of the world's poorest countries. "They cannot get close to this port anymore, they will be under fire," said a UAE soldier loading an anti-aircraft gun onto a patrolling warship.

  • The first Jewish deli in Japan inspired the world’s first bagel bento box
    Quartz19 days ago

    The first Jewish deli in Japan inspired the world’s first bagel bento box

    When Evan Bloom decided to open Tokyo’s first Jewish deli, he didn’t realize he’d become a pastrami smuggler in the process. Bloom, and his brother Ari, co-founders of Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen in San Francisco, launched their first restaurant outside the Bay Area in late February, opening Wise Sons Bagel & Coffee near Tokyo station.…

  • CNBC19 days ago

    The company that bought Panera expands its coffee empire with investment in an online coffee shop

    JAB Holding, which bought Panera Bread and Au Bon Pain, is expanding its coffee empire with an investment in online craft coffee retailer Trade.

  • Correction: Science Says-Coffee-Cancer Risk story
    Associated Press21 days ago

    Correction: Science Says-Coffee-Cancer Risk story

    In a story March 30 about coffee and cancer risks, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a University of Wisconsin-Madison health expert. She is Amy Trentham-Dietz, not Trenton-Dietz. A corrected ...

  • Kelvin makes home coffee roasting as easy as twisting a dial
    Digital Trends22 days ago

    Kelvin makes home coffee roasting as easy as twisting a dial

    For the freshest possible coffee, as well as the DIY quality control kick, check out the Kelvin Home Coffee Roaster. Roasting coffee beans can also save money for two important reasons.

  • A single judge just gave California coffee sellers a huge headache
    Quartz25 days ago

    A single judge just gave California coffee sellers a huge headache

    A judge in California ruled this week (March 29) to back a 1986 law that requires coffee companies, distributors, and retailers to warn consumers when a carcinogenic chemical is in their product. The businesses—which may appeal the ruling—argue their products are safe and that removing the chemical would affect taste. The chemical is acrylamide, which…

  • Investopedia25 days ago

    3 Best Coffee Stocks for 2018

    Market watchers are predicting a jump in coffee in the next 12 months. If java's your morning jam, try these top coffee stocks.

  • Learn How to Trade Coffee: The Largest Soft Commodity in the World
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Learn How to Trade Coffee: The Largest Soft Commodity in the World

    Trading coffee can be lucrative and beneficial for investors and traders. While some use Cofee futures and options to hedge their commodity and assets, others speculate coffee prices. In this article, you will learn all you need to know about Coffee trading.

  • Investopedia2 months ago

    3 Best Coffee Stocks for 2018

    Market watchers are predicting a jump in coffee in the next 12 months. If java's your morning jam, try these top coffee stocks.

  • Reverse mentoring is the technique that helps managers as much as their employees
    Quartz2 months ago

    Reverse mentoring is the technique that helps managers as much as their employees

    As a leader, one of the most empowering moments is when you’re reminded that you don’t know everything. This happens to me all the time. There was the time, for example, when I was determined to launch an internal newsletter to connect with my employees. But during a random coffee, a new training consultant on…

  • Should you accept a glass of water at a job interview?
    Quartz2 months ago

    Should you accept a glass of water at a job interview?

    Q: Should you accept a cup of coffee or water at a job interview? Dear Parched Job Applicant: Don’t be afraid to drink the Kool-Aid (read: double shot of espresso): It’s 110% OK to accept a cup of Joe at a job interview when it’s offered. Not only will it make you more comfortable personally—not…

  • Associated Press3 months ago

    Business Highlights

    ___ More caffeine, please: Keurig is buying Dr Pepper Snapple Keurig is buying Dr Pepper Snapple Group, bringing together the make-at-home coffee brand with the company behind Dr Pepper soda, Mott's apple ...

  • Quartz3 months ago

    The company that made coffee pods ubiquitous just dropped $18 billion on Dr. Pepper

    Keurig Green Mountain, the American company whose success marketing its “K-cups” made coffee pods a staple of offices and hotels everywhere, agreed Monday (Jan. 29) to spend a whopping $18.7 billion to take a commanding 87% stake in the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group. That means Keurig Green Mountain Inc. will soon be in charge of…

  • Our 1,000-page employee handbook actually makes things easier
    Quartz3 months ago

    Our 1,000-page employee handbook actually makes things easier

    The 233 team members who work at my company all work remotely, from 38 different countries. We see each other in-person at an annual summit and have systems for staying connected, like “virtual coffee breaks”, team calls, and comped travel to visit colleagues. But when we hire new team members, they don’t have access to…

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Coffee meets 7UP in Keurig, Dr Pepper Snapple deal

    The latest in a five-year string of acquisitions by Keurig's owner, Luxembourg-based JAB Holding Co, it creates an enlarged group with a wide range of hot and cold beverages, different ways to access customers and a bigger platform for further deals. "We have a really wide portfolio of brands, we're able to address almost every consumer need in every format and ... to reach every point of sale," Keurig Chief Executive Bob Gamgort told Reuters. Keurig will pay a special dividend of $103.75 per share to Dr Pepper Snapple shareholders, resulting in a cash payment of $18.7 billion.

  • Starbucks’ tone deaf “blonde” espresso campaign fits perfectly into Trump’s America
    Quartz3 months ago

    Starbucks’ tone deaf “blonde” espresso campaign fits perfectly into Trump’s America

    Step aside, Unicorn Frappucinos and Pink Drinks. Starbucks has a new favorite bevvy. According to the company, she’s blonde, bold, and breaks ALL the rules. And you know what that means, right coffee drinkers? Oh, wait, you don’t? The coffee giant debuted its “blonde” espresso on Jan. 9th in a brightly colored ad campaign with…

  • The brain science that could help explain sexual harassment
    Quartz3 months ago

    The brain science that could help explain sexual harassment

    In 2004, Pamela Smith, now an associate professor of management at the University of California, San Diego, happened upon a clue into what power does to the brain. She was having coffee with a friend who had just changed jobs, going from one advertising firm to another. With that, she moved from frontline work to…