Grain futures with mixed closings

Wheat prices were the only ones that closed higher on Monday on the Chicago Stock Exchange, at 10.80 dollars per bushel, which meant an increase of 2.44% intraday.

For its part, soybean futures presented the greatest decline with a fall of 1.94% to a level of 16.57 dollars per bushel, followed by corn, which lost 0.26% ending at 7.64 dollars per bushel.

The prices of these raw materials continue to be pressured by the war between Russia and Ukraine, as both countries have vast cereal-producing regions that are among the world’s main granaries. Its harvests account for a large part of world exports of various commodities, including wheat, vegetable oil, and corn. (With information from agencies).

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