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Ukrainian corn: Can prices reach $190/mt with the US arb open?

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Listen: Ukrainian corn: Can prices reach $190/mt with the US arb open?

Ukrainian corn prices have risen to a 6-month high, rising sharply since the turn of the year, making it the most expensive origination globally. Driving the surge is demand from China, which has bolstered fundamentals. In contrast, traditional homes for Ukrainian corn are opting for US corn, the most competitive globally, to fill their books. Join Stephanie Wilson, S&P Global Platts agriculture managing editor and James Colquhoun, senior grains specialist, to understand the key elements in Ukrainian corn price direction.


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