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Domestic Price Warnings

Countries where prices of one or more basic food commodity are at abnormal high levels in main markets.
Price warning level:  High   Moderate [Based on the Indicator of Price Anomalies (IPA)]

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Moderate alert
10/10/2019

Prices of maize and wheat continue to increase despite ample domestic availabilities mainly due to strong demand for exports
Moderate alert
10/10/2019

Prices remain well above their year-earlier levels amid reduced outputs and an overall weak macro-economic situation
High alert
10/10/2019

Prices declined in September mainly on account of imports but remained well above year-earlier levels
Moderate alert
10/10/2019

Prices stabilized in September but remained well above their year-earlier levels underpinned by subregional and institutional demand
Moderate alert
10/10/2019

Prices of maize grain continued to rise in September underpinned by tighter supplies and costlier imports
High alert
10/10/2019

Prices continued to increase in September to exceptionally high levels following a further depreciation of the country’s currency
High alert
10/10/2019

Prices at record or near-record levels due to a weak currency, fuel shortages and increased costs of agricultural inputs
Moderate alert
10/10/2019

Prices increased significantly in the past few months and were at high levels in September mainly due to strong subregional demand
High alert
10/10/2019

Prices of maize products reached record highs in September driven by the impact of a drought-reduced harvest
High alert
10/10/2019

Prices continued to rise steeply reflecting persisting currency weakness and supply shortages