A sudden China slowdown could trigger a 75% plunge in commodity prices, S&P says. While it's...


A sudden China slowdown could trigger a 75% plunge in commodity prices, S&P says. While it's unlikely China is in a bubble, it's "difficult to overstate the significance of China's presence" in global commodities markets, S&P says.

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  • tigersam
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    Yesterday S&P upgraded FCX saying copper and gold prices going up. Looks like these analyst do not talk to each other in S&P.

     

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    I can tell one thing for sure prices are not going down 75%. I do not care even S&P analyst has crystal ball.
    3 Jun 2011, 07:05 AM Reply Like
  • kmi
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    I'm anticipating a China slowdown.... and a commodities slowdown... softness in US economy consumption can't help but affect the exporter nations... after seeing the Newell Rubbermaid current one can certainly assume softness is around....
    3 Jun 2011, 07:58 AM Reply Like
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