AMIS Market Monitor March 2017
Despite an ample supply situation, international prices of most AMIS crops exceed last year's levels, according to the latest edition of the AMIS Market Monitor published today. Many food markets also exhibit a higher level of volatility, which seems largely driven by currency fluctuations, trade policy concerns and planting uncertainties.
According to the Monitor, further price increases cannot be precluded, especially in view of a mixed early outlook for crops to be harvested in the 2017/18 season. Read more.