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Russian wheat problems - inflation to spike up?

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Russia's ban on wheat exports and SAs need to import will raise price of bread. Next interest rate to be up? Should mortgage bond payers fix their bond payments at a guaranteed level Found a good explanation of how much one saves by paying a lump sum. Free Payabond computer program calculator at http://www.4shared.com/dir/6vUP2Vn9/sharing.html explains
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not sure about Sep rate move is up .. for Sep everybody talking flat or down ..
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Probably take some time for rates to go up, but I guess bread will go up within next 3 months or so. Then everyone wanting higher than inflation salary increases. The people (including intellectuals - are they also included as "the people") are demanding wages that seem intended to punish those getting huge salaries (I think the strategy is: keep on striking until extremely high salaries of executives, etc,are curbed)
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Saw pasta the other day that made from maize - and it didn't taste too bad either.
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Read somewhere that corn is as effective as beans in reducing cholesterol. Corn pasta sounds good idea
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When are we going to be able to trade maize,wheat and sunflower on this platform ?
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Please give us Maize contracts soon, as nobody is going to plant maize next season after a bumper crop this season, and guess what that's going to do the contract price...?
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you can trade agri futures on DWT..(sorry in advance Simon)
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ya but they soon to become expensive : )
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