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Russia fears help wheat prices soar, bucking risk-off trend

Wheat futures get an injection of risk premium on talk of cold threat in Russia, and export curbs there too. Other ags struggle against tumbling oil

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Wheat futures get an injection of risk premium on talk of cold threat in Russia, and export curbs there too. Other ags struggle against tumbling oil
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