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Where could we be wrong on agricultural prices?

We expect that the prices of agricultural commodities will fall back gradually over this year and next, but remain historically high. However, the volatility of prices in recent months and the uncertainty of the current environment mean there are major risks to our forecasts in both directions. On the whole, we suspect that the downside risks present greater scope for larger price moves. Drop-In (Weds, 6th July): How far has 2022’s food supply shock raised the stakes for monetary policymakers and governments? Join this 20-minute session to find out about the market outlook and the economic risks around elevated food prices. Register now

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