Commodities Bust?

Not so fast. But with global growth expected to be muted, commodity prices will go sideways

The commodities markets underwent one of their huge periodic selloffs in mid-September which has badly hit oil and precious metals. Crude futures prices, which was $27 in July 2001, had hit $78 in mid-July 2006. At the time of writing it was back to $60. Gold had risen to as high as $728 in mid-May,...

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