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Grain markets have fallen again over the past week, amid improved weather conditions in the US and good harvest progress in France. London wheat futures fell £2.75/t in the week to Tuesday to £123.50/t for November, with cheap Russian grain and the strong pound adding to the downward pressure. As a result, ex-farm prices fell by about £2/t to £108-£116/t for harvest movement, depending on location. Milling wheat prices lost between £3/t and £6/t on the week, to £129-£137/t. Concerns […]
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