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Why hasn't the price of pulp risen as rapidly as some other commodities?

Friday, July 25, 2008
Prospects of investing in pulp.

A SQUARE :: 25Jul08 Why hasn't the price of pulp risen as rapidly as some other commodities?
Category Commodity
Author Sona Blessing
"...For both pulp and commodity prices in general, much is dependent on the value of the US dollar, Statistically, a 10 cent appreciation in the USD against the Euro = USD35 change in the pulp price."
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