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Deutsche bets on rising food prices

Bullish investors profit from rising prices for agricultural commodities with a new product from Deutsche Bank.
The recent correction in the commodities market is no cause for alarm, according to Deutsche Bank. Leading commodities indices tumbled during March but the bulls remain defiant, particularly in the agricultural sector.

The forces driving food prices higher, say strategists, are not about to change any time soon. Population growth and economic development in China and India are creating huge new demand. At the same time, as people become wealthier they tend to eat more meat, which means more livestock and grazing land, which means less land to grow crops. To make matters worse, crops grown to make ethanol and biofuels also take more agricultural land out of the food chain. In other words, high...
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