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Yuan Weakness Is Metals’ Strength

Posted on 17 November 2016

Most commodities are denominated in, and therefore pegged to, the U.S. dollar but these days the Chinese yuan is starting to have as much influence on prices.While there were fundamental triggers behind the recent spike and drop in raw materials, it’s becoming clear that Chinese trading was among the main drivers.
Investors in the northeastern city of Dalian have been piling back into commodities in a replay of what happened earlier this year. That’s partly because they’re seeking to protect their global purchasing power as the Chinese currency loses value………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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