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Commodities’ base is crumbling

Posted on 05 March 2014

Commodity bulls live and die by metrics of Chinese demand. So the analytical folks at Sanford C. Bernstein reviewed the scope of that demand through another, less-used indicator: China’s completion and announcement of infrastructure projects.
Big-ticket projects such as nuclear plants and high-speed rail that took off during Beijing’s stimulus splurge to fend off the financial crisis are winding down. The appetite to replace these with similar-sized projects is waning, Bernstein’s Michael Parker says. New ventures coming up are mostly smaller scale, such as subway tracks and electrical transmission lines………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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