Fertilizer prices continue to climb, partly in response to Russia and Ukraine’s war. StoneX Group Director of Fertilizer Josh Linville says the markets are nervous. “All eyes are on European natural gas prices that are going higher, along with crude oil futures. There’s fear that while European producers have been able to sustain higher input prices and if they lose the flow of natural gas, things get out of hand.” Linville believes governments will intervene to make sure fertilizer production continues for food security reasons.
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