Linked In
News In
Linked In

You are viewing your 1 complimentary article.

Register now to receive full access.

Already registered?

Login | Join us now

Agrimoney launches Global Coffee Monitor

Twitter Linkedin eCard

Agrimoney has launched a new premium subscription product, Global Coffee Monitor, providing an independent and objective view on the coffee market.

Our team of specialist analysts report and analyse price, trade and supply risks, as well as forecasting outcomes, in major as well as niche coffee markets in Africa and Central America via our unique 'BUCCKET' and 'CACI' indices (BUCCKET covering Burundi, Uganda, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, CACI, the Central American Coffee Index, covering Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, El Salvador).

Global Coffee Monitor puts market developments into context, highlighting their implications, as well as producing industry-leading supply and demand data, key company news, in-depth industry pieces and weather coverage.

The weekly 'Arabusta' analysis assesses global fundamentals for arabica and robusta markets while leveraging data from national coffee boards and statistics agencies.

Global Coffee Monitor expert analysis covers:

- A daily coffee market update email;

- A weekly in-depth market report which is sent exclusively to subscribers and contains latest

- analysis of the coffee market, news, weather updates, pricing charts and supply and demand tables. Download a complimentary copy of the latest edition here: GCM

- A website which covers global coffee news and insight

- You can also follow us on Twitter @coffee_monitor, or join our LinkedIn group at

Our team includes lead analyst Abah Ofon and Shweta Upadhyaya. Both have a specialist background in in-depth market analysis, with Abah having spent eight years as director of agricultural commodities research for Standard Chartered bank.

To find out more about Global Coffee Monitor and to access a free trial, speak to Pat Courtenay on 0207 202 0932, or email, or go to


Twitter Linkedin eCard
Related Stories

Evening markets: Ags drop as funds swap sides, befriending bears

The Bcom ag subindex closes back below its hard-won 200-day, amid talk of fund selling in both grains and soft commodities. Soybeans escape

Evening markets: Sharp Argentine crop downgrade, upbeat US crush lift soybeans

But wheat futures tumble on weak US exports data, and ideas of rain for some of the southern Plains. Export data are more helpful for cotton

Evening markets: Soybeans reverse lower, wheat higher on changing weather ideas

Soybean futures fall to a one-month low, as Argentine wetness compounds pressure from elevated US sowings ideas. Cocoa, cotton gain

Rabobank 'friendly' towards arabica coffee prices

... at least, once the harvest in Brazil has ramped up a bit. Robusta coffee futures, by contrast, look set to remain "supported" for now
Home | About | RSS | Commodities | Companies | Markets | Legal disclaimer | Privacy policy | Contact

Our Brands: Comtell | Feedinfo | FGInsight

© 2017 and Agrimoney are trademarks of Agrimoney Ltd
Agrimoney is part of AgriBriefing Ltd
Agrimoney Ltd is registered in England & Wales. Registered number: 09239069