Frontrunner - 4th March 2022
Wheat markets have been extremely volatile this week due to the escalating conflict between Russia and Ukraine. London old crop wheat futures hit a high, which was more than £50/t above last week’s closing prices, and in doing so set a record high for the market. US Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) futures climbed up by over 30% to their highest figure for 14 years, although remained below the all-time highest figure of $13.49/t which was set in February 2008. Frontier farm trader, Ollie Wilson covers this and more, including the latest market news for barley, oilseed rape, pulses and fertiliser.
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