Ten years ago, prices for commodities like corn, wheat, rice, soybeans and cotton spiked three years after the last price spike around 2008. A confluence of events including droughts in Russia, Argentina, East Africa, the U.S., and China as well as heavy rains in Australia and Europe, a cold freeze in Mexico, and subsequent trade restrictions would lead to substantially higher prices, but also historically high futures prices
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