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Commodities to follow in 2013: Tin, Palladium, Coffee
Radio Feature 61: Nicholas Brooks in Conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

radio Nicholas Brooks is head of research and investment strategy for the ETF Securities group of companies. He has over 15 years of experience as a global economist and strategist, covering a wide range of markets and asset classes. He has also completed work on a PhD thesis examining financial fragility and the dynamics of financial crisis.

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Commodities to follow in 2013: Tin, Palladium, Coffee

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  • Q1 - From a historic perspective would you say increasingly more investors are looking to play commodity themes/exposures via ETFs/ETPs?

    Duration: 01:12 


  • Q2 - What is your outlook on oil prices for 2013?

    Duration: 02:06 


  • Q3 - What is the probability you would assert to a war in the Middle East?

    Duration: 00:45 


  • Q4 - More recently we have begun to receive positive economic and growth data from the U.S. and China. How is this going to impact copper prices?

    Duration: 00:54 


  • Q5 - Broadly which other industrial metals are positioned to benefit?

    Duration: 01:34 


  • Q6 - Will gold continue to serve as a "hedge"? Is there a proxy for „gold“ within the commodity complex?

    Duration: 02:33 


  • Q7 - What is our outlook for the agricultural complex?

    Duration: 01:39 



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