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PM markets: Brazil woes lift coffee. But Ukraine dents wheat

Coffee futures end at their highest in nearly four months, boosted by fears over Latin American dryness. But hopes of a Ukraine ceasefire hit wheat

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Nut prices, elevated by weather setbacks, 'to stay high'
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Featured market report PM markets: Brazil woes lift coffee. But Ukraine dents wheat
Coffee futures end at their highest in nearly four months, boosted by fears over Latin American dryness. But hopes of a Ukraine ceasefire hit wheat
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