Wheat jumped after Russia’s weekend attack on the seaport of Odesa raised concerns about its deal to release millions of tons of Ukrainian grain needed to boost global food supplies. Ukrainian officials indicated they’re still moving ahead with plans to restart sea exports despite the attack, which drew swift condemnation from the United Nations, US and European Union. But the assault will serve as a stark reminder of the risks for shippers and insurers as Russia’s war rages on. The landmark agreement signed Friday aims to facilitate shipments from three of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, including Odesa, and was hailed as a vital step toward alleviating a global food crisis. However, many analysts and Western officials were skeptical even as the agreement was signed last week. Chicago wheat futures surged as much as 4.6% and traded 3.6% higher at 10:18 a.m. in London. Prices had slumped almost 6% Friday […]