The Economist: The Commodities Supercycle Not Over, Just Less SuperVW Staff
Last month, Glenn Dubin, Chairman of Highbridge Capital Management LLC, said the commodities supercycle was over because of the twin factors of declining demand from developing nations and growing supply. Highbridge, an alternative asset manager, controls $29B in assets.
Offering an alternative perspective, Vaughan Wickins of Standard Bank said yesterday at Mines and Money London that the commodities supercycle was . . .
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