As farmers begin the harvest season with depressingly low price prospects in the grain market, investors have been finding new ways to play the ag trade, according to PGIM.
Grain commodities prices have been depressed for years due to the long-running productivity in farming that has helped meet the demand for food with a growing population, according to Harsh Parikh, principal and head of real assets research program, institutional advisory and solutions at PGIM. An investor, however, that put cash into farmland previously would have harvested some or all of the productivity gains.
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