Rising US dollar limits grains

The US dollar index, a measure of the US dollar against key developed trading partners, rose to its highest price since October 29 today. A rising US dollar is considered a slight deterrent to US grain exports. Recent economic uncertainty and the expectation for an end to easy monetary policy are factors. Last year 47% of US wheat demand was via exports.

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