Wheat Climbs for Sixth Days as Dwindling Russian Supply May Boost Demand
Wheat advanced for a sixth day, the longest winning streak this year, as declining exportable supplies from Russia , the third-biggest shipper, may increase demand for U.S. exports.
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#1 Jan 26, 2012
The U.S. always has grain to sell to Russia.
It will be interesting how this strange and unpredictacle weather affects everyone this year.
Since: Feb 07
#2 Mar 15, 2012
The grain price will inflate as a factor of the 'Green' conversion. The anti American volume from the UN will be linked to seasonal starvation in the developing countries.
Someone get Al Gore on the phone.
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