Putin’s blockade of Ukrainian wheat triggers its price in full rise of the CPI

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In the midst of the inflationary crisis the wheat futures they soared in the early stages of the negotiations by 7.7%, and corn by 2.8%, after Russia suspended the Ukrainian grain export agreement through the Black Sea on Saturday, according to the Bloomberg agency today. . The agreement, crucial for alleviate the global food crisis and balancing the cost of food, caused Chicago wheat to rise 7.7% to $8.93 a bushel at the open on Monday before paring the drop to 5 .6%.

In Singapore, corn rose 2.8% and soybean oil by 3%, according to the same media, which states that the impact of the suspension of the agreement on the market could increase world food inflation and exacerbate hunger if the price increase continues. Until the past day 24, the agreement had allowed the export of more than 8.5 million tons of grains and other Ukrainian foods, according to the Center of Joint Coordination of the UN and Turkey in Istanbul.

The corridor installed in July to end a five-month lockdown has eased tight global supplies, as well as slowed the rise in prices from their previous peak. In March, wheat was trading at $13.64 in March after the start of the Russian military campaign in Ukraine.

Russia suspended the deal on Saturday.which was going to expire on November 19 and about which he had already warned that he was not sure if he was going to prolong it for blocking Russian fertilizer and food exports, after denouncing a “terrorist attack” against ships of the Fleet of the Sea Black and civilian ships involved in ensuring the safety of the Rano corridor.

The Ministry of Defense said on Sunday that, after raising the wreckage of naval drones allegedly used by kyiv “under the leadership of British representatives”, determined that the launch of these unmanned vehicles was made from the coast near the city of Odessa and moved along the security zone of the grain corridor. They then changed course in the direction of the Sevastopol naval base.

According to “the experts” cited by Moscow, in addition, one of the devices “could have been launched from one of the chartered civilian ships by kyiv or its Western sponsors for the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports”. Russia made these claims after allegedly conducting an examination of Canadian-made navigation modules” from the wreckage of the marine drones. According to Defense, nine unmanned aerial vehicles and seven maritime drones were involved in the attack, and the Russian armed forces destroyed all of them.

Source: lainformacion.com

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