Top Food Trader Dreyfus Sees Low Agriculture Prices Into 2017By , , and
Dreyfus CEO says wheat, corn and soybean prices to go down
Dreyfus to post a profit for the first half of 2016, CEO says
The head of Louis Dreyfus Co., one of the world’s top-four food-commodities traders, said that agricultural prices will remain low into 2017 as farmers around the world harvest bumper crops.
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