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Global food price monitor: november 2014

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FAO 12 November 2014

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Key messages:
- Wheat and maize prices averaged higher in October but well below their year-earlier levels due to larger global supplies in 2014/15. Rice export prices weakened for the second consecutive month.
- In Central America, maize prices were well above their year-earlier levels, despite seasonal declines, reflecting the drought-reduced 2014 main harvest. Prices of red beans reached new record highs and were three to four times above their levels in October 2013.
- In sub-Sahara African countries, cereal prices continued to decline in October with the ongoing or recently-gathered good 2014 harvests and were well below their year-earlier levels. However, prices remained at record or near-record highs in the Sudan and Somalia. In several markets of countries affected by Ebola, particularly in Sierra Leone and Liberia, prices of rice and cassava increased and were higher than a year earlier.


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