Crude oil prices are continuing to rise month on month, with drilling down in the US, while demand for OPEC oil increases and is set to exceed previous estimates. This is not yet affecting global supplies, leaving prices down significantly year on year.
Kenyan tea is also rising, with month-on-month price increases as a result of drier than usual weather and strong demand from major importers, including Afghanistan.
Polystyrene prices are taking a tumble, dragged down by styrene prices, as low demand is failing to make a dent in existing supplies.
Wheat prices are also falling as a result of substantial supplies, and despite strong demand for French wheat from non-EU countries.