11.03.2014 - Commodities could see a return to the top in 2014
On any investment metric, commodities suffered badly in 2013. The highlight for many being the slump in the gold price from a high of $1,693 (1,012) an ounce in January 2013 to $1,266 by the end of the year. On a broader view, the MSCI World Metals and Mining index also struggled woefully in 2013 with a loss of 16.41 per cent compared with the positive return of 24.32 per cent from the MSCI World index. But with the gold price refusing to stay below $1,200 an ounce, and even creeping up to a high of $1,320 on February 14 2014, could this be the start of a turnaround in the sector?..............................................Full Article: Source
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