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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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High alert
12/03/2019

Impact of economic shocks continued to push up prices of wheat, but increases in prices of maize and rice eased following sharp spikes in preceding months
High alert
12/03/2019

Price increases eased but levels remained significantly higher on a yearly basis supported by tighter supplies and a weaker currency
High alert
12/03/2019

Prices at record or near-record highs due to a weak currency and increased production and transport costs
High alert
12/03/2019

Prices increased further in February and at overall exceptionally high levels mainly due to a weak currency and widespread insecurity
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Prices remained significantly higher year on year despite a dip in February on improved production prospects
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Tight supplies amplify seasonal price increases of maize grain, which reached levels well above those a year earlier
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Prices of wheat flour and bread unchanged in February but still at record highs due to costlier imports from the Russian Federation
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Prices of wheat grain declined further with the new harvest but remain well above their year-earlier levels due to costlier imports
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Prices of maize strengthened further and at high levels due to strong demand for exports, prices of wheat supported by high export quotations from Argentina
Moderate alert
12/03/2019

Prices of wheat and maize down in February but still at levels well above those a year earlier on strong demand for exports