Understand the forces shaping the global wheat market
The wheat market remains in flux as production has shifted away from a stable, transparent US hub to more regional production centers, notably the Black Sea. Disruptions from geopolitical conflicts, severe weather and logistic snarls have upended traditional trade flows and driven price volatility. While overall global production remains stable, buyers are facing supply and price uncertainty throughout the market, from animal feed to pasta production.
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