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Constrained supply to bolster grains prices for longer

We now expect lower supply of grains over the coming months as the Russia-Ukraine war continues to reduce Black Sea exports and extreme weather conditions mean global stocks have been drawn down. We have therefore revised up our end-year price forecasts, expecting a further rise in rice and corn and only a modest fall back in wheat from current levels.

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