The West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude contract fell more than 100% on April 20 for May delivery, the day ahead of its expiration. With the coronavirus pandemic leading to unprecedented demand loss, crude oil futures traded at a negative $37. Could the same spiral down occur for agricultural markets? “Unlikely,” leaders at commodity exchange groups said of seeing a similar price collapse in livestock and agricultural markets.
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