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21/12 - Delayed Data. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 227.05
  • Open: 227.05
  • Day's Range: 227.05 - 227.05
Type:  Commodity
Group:  Agriculture
Unit:  1 Tonne
London Wheat 227.05 0.00 0.00%

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30syed rafay 1111100+0.97%
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39Bernardo Correa111100+0.51%
40Charlotte Cullum111100+0.46%
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44William Eid11000%
45Bob Rutherford11000%
46Sirapong BM1100-0.18%
47Pete Moss1100-0.39%
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49Георгий Медведев44250-0.88%
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William Bayne
William Bayne Apr 19, 2022 18:16
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Turns out my "chat" was correct, as I happen to know the market well. Fertilser is now over £1,000 (if you can get it). Now a war in one of the biggest wheat producing areas, plus no ammonium nitrate imports from Russia will mean high wheat prices for some time. Even futures contracts for April '23 is £300/t. No manipulation, fact!
Andrew Parsons
Andrew Parsons Apr 19, 2022 18:16
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If you look back historically ie pre 1980s in real terms these prices are still very low ... inorder to sustain food production forward into our climate crisis we will need significant investment to innovate our way to zero carbon clean green practices... Hopefully the market will be allowed to do its job...if it isn't then 8 fear future price shocks will make this one look like slugs ****
Don Burza
Don Burza Mar 15, 2022 16:28
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This chart is pure manipulation..
Will Strath
Will Strath Oct 14, 2021 22:45
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With fertilser prices being double and in some cases triple, Wheat prices will be high for quite a while. Many active ingredients in everyday agrochemicala are not being produced so the impacts of crop yields will also be with us indefinitely. Expect high wheat values for a long time. 200+ as normal.
Miguel Barroso
Miguel Barroso Oct 10, 2020 7:57
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i expect retracement 150 area over time
pip sout
pip sout Sep 11, 2018 16:09
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How low do world wheat stocks need to go to show price correction, is it going to keep on climbing?
Will Strath
Will Strath Sep 11, 2018 16:09
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More to do with how valuable it will become in store (and current growing crop) if continued dryness in South America and the Black Sea regions. Also how much currency devaluation will play out.
 
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