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Lower agriculturals supply will mean higher prices for longer

The outlook for global agricultural supply has deteriorated since the start of the year as a result of extreme weather, the end of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, the prospect of an El Niño weather event and rising agricultural protectionism. We have revised down many of our supply forecasts and think that this will put a floor under the prices of the most-affected agriculturals in the coming months.

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