Trade Focus: Funds bide their time as crop markets try to defend gains

The brisk start crop markets got off to in early 2017 has been broadly maintained in terms of futures market volumes and strong importer buying, keeping prices of the three leading benchmarks – wheat, maize and soyabeans – near six-month highs.

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