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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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15 Feb 2018

Tightening Colombian coffee supplies shrink U.S. inventories

NEW YORK U.S. importers are buying up Colombian coffee from warehouses as shipments run late and inventories fall, lifting prices after poor crop weather hurt output in the world's biggest grower of high-quality arabica beans.

15 Feb 2018

Tightening Colombian coffee supplies shrink U.S. inventories

NEW YORK, Feb 15 U.S. importers are buying up Colombian coffee from warehouses as shipments run late and inventories fall, lifting prices after poor crop weather hurt output in the world's biggest grower of high-quality arabica beans.

07 Feb 2018

Latin America’s premium coffee growers branch out to cheaper beans

NEW YORK/GUATEMALA CITY A growing number of farmers in Latin American nations renowned for their high-quality arabica coffee are starting to plant cheaper robusta - a crop still frowned upon or even outlawed in some countries. | Video

07 Feb 2018

Latin America’s premium coffee growers branch out to cheaper beans

NEW YORK/GUATEMALA CITY A growing number of farmers in Latin American nations renowned for their high-quality arabica coffee are starting to plant cheaper robusta - a crop still frowned upon or even outlawed in some countries. | Video

05 Feb 2018

World coffee supply seen moving to surplus on record Brazil crop: Reuters poll

NEW YORK Global coffee supplies will shift to a surplus in 2018-19 with top grower Brazil on track to harvest a record crop, but prices will rise modestly by the end of the year as countries restock inventories, a Reuters poll of 14 traders and analysts showed.

20 Nov 2017

Gold falls on pressure from stronger dollar, rate hikes in focus

NEW YORK/LONDON Gold fell more than 1 percent on Monday, giving up the prior session's gains on pressure from the rising dollar, expectations for U.S. interest rate hikes and as the market entered a holiday week.

25 Oct 2017

Spot Brazilian coffee supplies tighten on shipping cuts -importers

NEW YORK/SAO PAULO, Oct 25 Supplies of prompt Brazilian coffee have tightened in the United States and Europe as importers say some shipping companies are cutting container availability from the world's biggest grower.

19 Oct 2017

Peace gives Colombian coffee an extra shot

SAN CARLOS, Colombia Farmers who fled war in the Colombian Andes are returning to revive their abandoned land, cultivating coffee trees that are boosting global supplies of the highest-quality beans. | Video

10 Oct 2017

Gold rises but U.S. rate expectations cap gains

NEW YORK/LONDON Gold touched its highest in nearly two weeks on Tuesday, supported by a softer dollar and geopolitical tensions in Spain and North Korea, though gains were capped by expectations of another U.S. interest rate increase.

06 Oct 2017

Gold rebounds above two-month low on North Korean concerns

NEW YORK/LONDON Gold bounced up from a two-month low on Friday, on concerns stoked by a Russian report that North Korea is preparing to test a long-range missile and on support from the U.S. dollar's shift into negative territory.

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