Arabica Coffee futures fell on Monday, affected by speculative selling influenced by emerging market currency weakness, especially the Brazilian real. The most active contract for March delivery loss 395 points, settling at 119.65 cents per pound. The activity developed with good volume, reaching 32,017 lots, including 4,787 switches. Speculative selling and liquidation was reflected as an adjustment in a way, following the fall of commodity prices last week. In Brazil, the real weakened, affecting the markets, due to the corruption scandal of Petrobras, after the arrest of prominent figures last week. In weather news, showers continue in the main coffee growing regions in Brazil, which could benefit next year’s crop outlook. The COT report for November 24 show managed money covering a net of 8,417 shorts, while merchants liquidated a net of 7,554 longs. During November, prices oscillated within the range of 115.30 and 126.60, reaching new lows for the March delivery contract, and ending with month with a 460 points loss.