FEWS NET has released its Global Price Watch for August, citing slightly declining prices in some regions of East Africa and continued high staple food prices in Central America.

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GIEWS has released its latest Global Food Price Monitor for August 2011. According to the report, international wheat prices have continued their three-month decline, while international rice prices continue to rise. Cereals prices in Eastern Africa remain generally high, with several countries seeing new peaks.

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The USDA Economic Research Service has released the latest global outlooks for wheat, rice, feed crops, and oil crops.

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GIEWS has released the latest Global Food Price Monitor, citing a slight rise in the FAO Food Price Index for June. The increase is based in large part on strong increases in global sugar prices, which are up 14 percent from May. At 234 points, June's Food Price Index remains 4 percent lower than the all-time high hit in February 2011.

FAO Global Information and Early Warning System has released the latest global crop prospects and food situation report, citing 2011 cereal production forecasts revised down by 13 million tonnes from June 7. This downward revision brings world cereal production below overall utilization, leading to a further decline in world stocks.

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The World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report provides monthly comprehensive forecasts of supply and demand for major U.S. and global crops, supplied by the USDA. Crops covered include wheat, coarse grains, rice, and oilseeds. This report can explain past and current global commodities trends, as well as predict trends for the coming year.

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The FAO Global Information and Early Warning System has released the latest Global Food Price Monitor. According to the report, the FAO Food Price Index remained virtually unchanged in May, with international wheat prices remaining high. International rice and corn prices were slightly lower in May than in April.

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FEWS NET has released its monthly price watch for May 2011, citing relatively stable prices for wheat and maize in April.

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The World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report provides monthly comprehensive forecasts of supply and demand for major U.S. and global crops, supplied by the USDA. Crops covered include wheat, coarse grains, rice, and oilseeds. This report can explain past and current global commodities trends, as well as predict trends for the coming year.

Download the full May report. For more information regarding the WASDE reports, visit http://www.usda.gov/oce/commodity/wasde/

The FAO Global Information and Early Warning System has released the latest Global Food Price Monitor, citing an increase in the FAO Cereal Price Index in April. Global prices of wheat and maize increased sharply last month, while global rice prices continued to decline.

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