(Bloomberg) -- Good news: commodity analysts say the elevated food prices that are driving inflation up and triggering social unrest in some emerging markets are set to edge down over the rest of the year, according to research by Bloomberg Economics. Bad news: that would still leave them at a historically high level. More bad news: the track record of commodity analysts on forecasting food prices turns out to be almost as bad as economists on inflation.
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