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Commodities may benefit from QE second wind, but it isn’t a one-way street

Posted on 20 September 2013

The US Federal Reserve has said it will continue with its monthly bond-buying programme (quantitative easing or QE), boosting investor sentiment worldwide because the liquidity tap remains open for now.
What does this mean for commodities, especially metals? Easy liquidity conditions had propped up commodity prices, even when economic conditions were turning weak. But the potential threat to liquidity, from a Fed taper, had resulted in commodity prices retreating after May. This was particularly visible in non-ferrous metal prices. But prices have recovered since August despite the threat of a tapering due to improving economic conditions in parts of the world………………………………………Full Article: Source


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