By Angus Brown | Source: CBOT, Trade
When commodity prices trade within a relatively narrow range for a reasonable amount of time it is human nature to think that they are going to stay in that range for the foreseeable future. In grain markets, consumers have had an easy ride for the last 6 months, and it looks likely to continue. But, there is always a black swan looking to rear its head, so this week we look to answer ‘what could possibly go wrong with grain supply, sending prices higher?’
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