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Wheat: Turning Bearish?

by Editorial Staff
Updated: October 01, 2021

The seemingly relentless rise in commodity prices since the start of the pandemic has had its calmer moments.

As the latest example, consider the recent slump in the prices of grains like wheat and corn. Mainstream observers explained it by rising fertilizer prices... so, is the bullish case dead for wheat?

Not so fast, says our Commodity Junctures editor, Jeffrey Kennedy.

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