China Blamed For Weak Metals Prices, But Watch For Rise In Certain Commodities

Electricity could provide strength for sagging prices of key metals such as aluminum, copper and zinc, a commodities research report from Capital Economics says, while lower energy prices occur as the price of natural gas could divert and head higher on a relative basis.

Weak China demand yet again is the culprit for lower metals prices
In its weekly recap of commodity markets, editors Caroline Bain and Julian . . .


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