Coffee prices are up 3% this morning and 84% over the past three months, more than any other commodity.
The reason: a persistent drought in Brazil.
A snap Reuters poll of 20 analysts, traders, and producers Friday showed Brazil’s coffee crop will now shrink by 10%. The world is now likely to see its first coffee deficit in five years, according to The Age.
Here’s the chart:
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