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PM markets: wheat futures rally, as Russian pressure eases

The round of gains in wheat prices which started in Sydney extends to France, the UK and US too. But corn and soy retreat, and as for coffee, sugar...

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The round of gains in wheat prices which started in Sydney extends to France, the UK and US too. But corn and soy retreat, and as for coffee, sugar...
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