A draft OECD report suggests commodity prices haven't been rising because of speculators, but...


A draft OECD report suggests commodity prices haven't been rising because of speculators, but because global demand is growing faster than supply. The report could accelerate efforts to boost global output of commodities, and deflect criticism that the Fed's QE2 is stoking inflation.

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  • Ohrama
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    " but because global demand is growing faster than supply. "
    Is it not the global demand is growing fast because of the easy money trying to find better home?
    28 Feb 2011, 12:54 PM Reply Like
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