Commodity Supercycle Could Be Over Says Deutsche BankMark Melin
The ten year-old commodity supercycle, triggered by rising demand in booming emerging markets, “has come to a clear and abrupt end” as the price of oil has been halved, a report from Deutsche Banks says. While other commodities have been heading south for some time, it is the fall in the price of oil, however, that appears to be sealing a sea change in thought regarding the end of the commodity supercycle.
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