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Grain prices to stay historically high

Grains prices have skyrocketed since the Russian invasion of Ukraine as fears of supply disruption have intensified and energy costs, which feed into agricultural production costs, have soared. In this Commodities Watch, we consider the impact the war could have on the grain market and prices in 2022.

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