- Coffee futures show increasing volatility as strong rains in Brazil bring relief to the drought-stricken region.
- A measure of volatility on the 60-day Arabica futures contract hit its highest level since 2000 as prices eased back to $1.743 a pound earlier today.
- Citi forecasts prices will fall in range of $1.51 to $2.25 over the next few quarters as the impact of the drought lingers.
- Related stocks: SBUX, GMCR, JVA, DNKN
- Related ETFs: JO
at CNBC.com (Nov 17, 2014)