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Old Nov 20, 2011, 11:30 PM
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So, peanut harvest down 13%, so if I bought 100 jars at $239, I should still be able to get 87 jars at $239, or $2.75 a jar. Yet the price has gone up from $450 a ton from last year to $1200 a ton on the commodities market. Sounds like oil and gas prices and that market to me.

Not making sense. Once again, speculation driving prices in the commodities markets?
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