31.10.2012 - Four ways to play rising food prices with ETFs
Though global economic growth is still hinged on the crisis in Europe and the sluggish U.S. job markets, rising food prices have become a major concern in the economies the world over. The world food prices including cereals, oilseeds, dairy, meat and sugar are surging to new highs due to the scorching heat and the worst U.S. drought in nearly a half-century. The bad weather has also resulted in the worst wheat harvest since the late 1980s. In fact, harvest levels of this key crop dropped 14% on average this year further underscoring the issues that this corner of the market is seeing...............................................Full Article: Source
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