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WASDE Wheat

USDA left U.S. wheat exports unchanged at 775 million bushels - with offsetting changes for White wheat and Durum.  Projected 2022/23 ending stocks are lowered 5 million bushels to 571 million, the lowest level since 2007/08.  The projected 2022/23 season-average farm price is unchanged at $9.20 per bushel. World wheat ending stocks are increased 0.3 million tons to 267.8 million, with increases for Australia and India and a decrease for the EU accounting for most of the change.  ...

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