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Commodity Prices Inch Down in July: Scotiabank

Posted on 28 August 2014

Scotiabank’s Commodity Price Index edged down by 0.3% month-over-month (m/m) in July, as oil prices lost momentum, partly due to an easing of concern over geopolitical supply risks in Libya and Iraq. “On a more positive note, a cyclical recovery in base metal prices is getting underway, with dramatically higher zinc and nickel prices expected in 2015,” said Patricia Mohr, Scotiabank’s Vice President of Economics and Commodity Market Specialist.
“Zinc led a strong rally in base metals in July, climbing from US$0.96 per pound to almost US$1.05 — an increase of 17% since late 2013. Commodity funds and investors have bid up zinc prices, anticipating tightening supplies over the next three to four years — with mine supplies not keeping pace with demand growth. In our view, zinc prices will climb to US$1.25 in 2015 and a very lucrative US$1.60-1.70 in 2016………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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