The U.S. dollar is at a 20-year highs, slowing global demand for grains. “I think the bigger impact is when we start looking at competing against South America and their production,” said AgMarket.Net market analyst Jacob Burks. Monetary policy will also impact demand. “We built the perfect storm on the supply scare, free money and the weather. That storm built and then, things changed.”
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