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Cold weather, Ukraine tensions push wheat higher

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Cold weather in U.S. growing areas and more worries about disruptions to exports from Ukraine sent the price of wheat sharply higher Monday. The actively traded contract for wheat delivered in May wheat jumped 19 cents to $6.79 a bushel. Wheat has been rising sharply in recent weeks and is up 12 percent so far this year. Traders are worried about the effect cold weather in the U.S.,...

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