The recent crude oil price dip below the $27/barrel mark has had a knock on effect on a whole range of factors within the grains market. Currencies were shaken and Russian government could consider imposing new regulatory changes. On top of that, the slow demand and low freight market, is driving down prices all over the world. Tim Worledge, editorial director for pricing, and Andrei Agapi, Europe and Black Sea grains editor, take a look at recent events and how they have combined with the macroeconomic picture to get to where we are today.
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