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Brazilian Real's impact on the global coffee market
The Brazilian real was changing hands around the 5.1/USD neighborhood as investors remained worried about the security of Brazil's political and judicial institutions and fiscal health. Supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro have engaged in post-election unrest, storming the Congress, the supreme court, and the presidential palace during the weekend and claiming that the election was fraudulent. At the same time, investors have been concerned about Brazil's fiscal policy since President Lula da Silva took office earlier this year. The recently sworn-in President criticized the country's budgetary rules and spending caps shortly before signing a provisional measure that guarantees BRL 600 in a monthly aid program, extending the national tax break on fuel and removing state-backed giants from privatization programs. Still, the real ended 2022 as one of the top-performing emerging market currencies amid a series of interest rate hikes by the central bank and an upbeat growth outlook. The Brazilian Real is one of the driving factors impacting the global coffee market.
The climate changes, temperatures are becoming more extreme, rainfalls more erratic, and seasons less distinct and predictive. This has major implications for coffee farming and, by extension, for entire communities of coffee farming families.
Michael Opitz is Managing Director at Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS), the foundation that implements c&c's projects. He explains how challenges can be turned into opportunities and how farming families can write their own success stories despite all the adversities posed by climate change.
Coffee, a beverage enjoyed by millions around the world, supports the livelihoods of millions of people in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Among these millions, women play a major part in promoting a sustainable coffee supply chain. The coffee industry is facing many threats including climate change, pricing volatility, supply chain disruptions, and the ongoing impacts of COVID-19. Typically, women end up bearing a disproportionate amount of the burden from these threats....Click to IWCA
Coffee, a beverage enjoyed by millions around the world, supports the livelihoods of millions of people in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Among these millions, women play a major part in promoting a sustainable coffee supply chain. The coffee industry is facing many threats including climate change, pricing volatility, supply chain disruptions, and the ongoing impacts of COVID-19. Typically, women end up bearing a disproportionate amount of the burden from these threats...Click to IWCA
InternationalCenter for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), and Hanns R.Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) have launched “aCLIMAtar”, an onlineplatform that allows users to explore the coffee regions of their interest viaan online map and take proper action to face production risks caused by climatechange...Read MoreAlliance of Bioversity International, the
The Coffee C contract is the world benchmark for Arabica coffee. The contract prices physical delivery of exchange-grade green beans, from one of 20 countries of origin in a licensed warehouse to one of several ports in the U. S. and Europe, with stated premiums/discounts for ports and growths.
Triestespresso Expo is an exhibition designed for international coffee industry professionals. The biennial trade fair devoted to espresso, in Trieste – Italy. A city with a long tradition and a rich expertise in the coffee sector, since coffee has been a fundamental part of its trade exchanges and its artisanal and industrial expertise for over 300 years. A must-attend event for coffee professionals, featuring B2B meetings, a rich side-events calendar focused on education and innovation and the entire coffee chain on show, from bean to cup. Next Edition will take place in Trieste from 27th to 29th October 2022 Learn More
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