NEW YORK -- Coffee prices are expected to remain extremely high and volatile at least until this fall, according to securities analysts who track the commodity. A combination of short supply, increased demand, floods in Central America and approaching winter weather in Brazil and other coffee-growing countries has played havoc with coffee futures prices since January. As a result, the nation's leading roasters have instituted price hikes. Mark Polsky, senior vice president at Magruder, ...
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