CME Grain Futures Decline After First Ship Carrying Ukrainian Grain Departs Odesa Port
For the first time in months, a commercial ship carrying Ukrainian grain left the Black Sea port of Odesa early Monday local time.
Ukrainian exports from the Black Sea region have been blocked by Russian forces since the invasion began in February.
On July 22 Ukraine and Russia signed a deal, brokered by Turkey and the United Nations, to resume Ukrainian grain exports in an effort to ensure the global food supply. The agreement also frees up Russian grain and fertilizer...
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