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Commodities Plunge To New 16 Year Low; Oil Slides On Venezuela Warning

The Bloomberg Commodity Index is set for its worst year since the financial crisis, plunging 23 percent. It’s not just the metals though: crude oil also started the session off on the wrong foot, following this weekend’s comments from Venezuela that oil prices may drop to as low as the mid-$20s a barrel unless OPEC takes action to stabilize the market.

Copper and Aluminum Rally on Supply Deficit

Copper prices have been rebounding as demand for copper expands to a record in China & use in the U.S. climbs to the highest since 2009. Global copper inventories have fallen by almost half this year & are near the lowest since 2008. Aluminum rose to the highest in 18 months as global production trails consumption.

Zinc or Swim: Do Base Metals Have a Future?

There are several long-term issues that impacted zinc, copper and the other base metals in 2013, and those long-term issues will persist for the foreseeable future – How are the fundamental challenges facing the global base metals markets likely to play out in 2014?

China Growth

Experts Speak:  EconMatters (By Morningstar via QFinance) Much has been said about the recent data coming out of China. Not only has the […]

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