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WASDE Wheat

USDA reduced the 2023/24 season-average U.S. farm price of wheat by $0.10 lower to $7.20 per bushel. The global wheat outlook for 2023/24 is for larger ending stocks compared with last month. Global supplies are raised 3.6 million tons to 1,056.5 million. Increased stocks for Russia, Ukraine, and Saudi Arabia more than offset a decrease for China. Global ending stocks for 2023/24 are raised 1.8 million tons to 260.0 million primarily on increases for the EU and Ukraine...

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