Research Statistics - December 201601. 03. 2017.
The recent Brexit, US elections and China´s slowdown are some of the factors intensifying global uncertainty, which has emerged as a fresh headwind to the global economy and enough to keep the growth outlook subdued next year. The global commodities markets are currently influenced by the US dollar appreciation, Chinese demand, Middle east tensions and the climatic conditions. Record high grain stock-levels across most products seem to keep the lid on grain prices even as inflation starts to kick in in some developed countries.