Trade Focus: Crop cutbacks fail to stop grain rally teetering again

CBOT wheat’s recent bull run was teetering again last week as talk of rising competition from cheap Russian exports made more impact than the USDA underlining this year’s (well-flagged) US wheat and maize planting cuts.

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