A canary in the coalmine: Commodities sound warning on global growth

Commodities warning on global growth

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Annabelle Williams analyses the supply/demand dynamics of five commodities and what this could mean for investors, and asks whether prices will rebound this year.

Earlier this month, warning lights were flashing as the Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities and is often used as a global growth barometer,...

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