Mexico’s Del Cueto discusses volatility in agricultural goods market


Roberto Del Cueto, the deputy governor of the Bank of Mexico, on Tuesday identified a number of measures central banks could take to reduce price volatility in agricultural goods markets.

Speaking at the International Forum on Public Policy for the Development of the Agricultural Sector, Del Cueto said global agricultural markets had experienced a period of great uncertainty as high price volatility in agricultural goods affected producers and consumers. He said assessing such effects on

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