Coffee prices are falling on expectations that Brazilian growers will produce a bountiful harvest later this year.
Coffee fell nearly 2 percent Friday to finish at $1.8235 per pound. The price has fallen 19 percent this year on speculation that global supplies will be plentiful.
Brazil's crop appears to be in good condition ahead of harvest time, which is in about three months. Traders are speculating that production in Brazil could ease concerns about reports of lower coffee production in Colombia.
Other commodities are mixed as traders evaluate a batch of fresh economic reports for clues about the U.S. economy.
Prices for gold, silver and copper are lower. Oil, gasoline, wheat, corn and soybean prices are higher.