Russia’s agreement to extend the Black Sea grain deal with Ukraine should help to keep a lid on wheat and corn prices over the coming months, reducing upward pressure on inflation in the emerging world and alleviating economic imbalances. Countries that may benefit most are those that are dependent on imported grains and already have weak balance sheets, most of which are in the Middle East and Africa.
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