Agricultural Commodities Price Outlook
Agricultural prices dive in July
Agricultural prices plunged 5.8% month-on-month in July after falling 1.7% in June, marking the largest decrease in prices since April 2020.
July’s marked downturn was spearheaded by a sizable drop in prices for both corn and rice. Corn prices slid due to a stronger USD and expectations of favorable weather in the U.S., which boosted the supply outlook for this year, whereas rice prices dived as exports were constrained by elevated freight costs and the ongoing shipping container shortage. In a similar fashion, prices for cocoa and soybeans posted another decline in July. That said, prices for coffee and cotton rose at a stronger pace in the month, while palm oil prices rebounded from the previous month’s marked drop on the back of supply concerns in Malaysia and stronger demand from India.
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Agricultural Historical Price Data
Corn prices in USD cents per bushel (bu).
Soybeans prices in USD cents per bushel (bu).
Wheat prices in USD cents per bushel (bu).
Cocoa prices in USD per metric ton (mt).
Coffee prices in USD cents per pound (lb).
Cotton prices in USD cents per pound (lb).
Sugar prices in USD cents per pound (lb).
Wool prices in AUD cents per kilogram (kg).
All prices are average of period (aop).
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