Russia to resume Black Sea wheat exports

Some brand new developments overnight are bound to impact the markets this week. A short time ago, Russia said that it would gradually resume Black Sea wheat exports.

It says that nearly half a million tons of wheat are already loaded and heading out of ports.

Spain says that it expects to approve emergency purchases of U.S. corn, for use as animal feed. It is pushing the EU to waive import controls as a result of the invasion.


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