A mixed bag: Oil and metals fortunes in a constant state of flux

Deep Dive into commodities

Adrian Lowcock of Willis Owen

Adrian Lowcock of Willis Owen

The disruption caused by global lockdowns in 2020 has created plenty of volatility and opportunity in many sectors – and the commodities space is no exception.

The asset class is very broad and there are areas that have suffered more than others, while some have also benefitted from the disruption. Oil has been the big loser in 2020, due to an unprecedented...

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