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Global food prices to stay low in 2017: Rabobank report

Posted on 29 November 2016

High global stock levels expected to keep food prices low during 2017, however, Donald Trump presidency may bring currency uncertainty that will translate into volatile food prices, Rabobank said in its Agri Commodity Market Outlook for 2017 here.
The record-high stock levels are set to keep worldwide food prices low during 2017 even as inflation starts to rise in many developed economies, according to the report from Rabobank, the global food and agribusiness bank. Following the election of Donald Trump as president-elect earlier this month, Rabobank is cautious on the outlook for the US………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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