Food Commodities Trader Olam Sees Low Grain Prices Into 2017By
Olam CEO anticipates six months of low corn and wheat prices
Singaporean trader says grain balance sheets are "burdensome"
Olam International Ltd., one of the world’s largest food commodities traders, forecasts that grain prices will remain low into 2017 as oversupply and softening Chinese demand weigh on crops.
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