Agricultural markets reflect the cyclical movement of prices in markets for agricultural products (Agricultural prices). They are the expression of changing relationships between supply and demand. These may be of varying duration. Normally, there are (1) seasonal fluctuations, determined by the harvest cycle, (2) annual fluctuations, resulting from the outcome of the harvest, (3) medium-term fluctuations, which may …
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