LONDON, Nov 10- Drought in southeastern Brazil and El Nino in Indonesia will damage 2015/ 16 robusta coffee output and could drive world prices higher if the dry weather persists, although a big Vietnamese crop will cap the upside, traders say. Benchmark ICE robusta futures hit a 2-1/ 2- month high of $1,684 a tonne on Nov. 5 on concerns over depleted supplies due to...» Read More
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