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The most volatile commodity of 2012: Copper

Posted on 11 January 2013

The case of copper in 2012 highlights the need for companies to become more strategic not only in how they think about sourcing commodities with suppliers (demand aggregation programs with vendors, mill-direct, distributions, etc.), but also how they consider taking risk off the table through physical and financial contracts.
After all, even if the price ends the year exactly where it started (and customers believe that the price has not moved throughout the year), it does not mean that you haven’t exposed your business to volatility throughout a 12-month period………………………………………..Full Article: Source

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