Cohen & Steers: Commodities to rise 17% by end of 2017

Bullish on market fundamentals

Daniel Flynn
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Cohen & Steers: Commodities to rise 17% by end of 2017

Cohen & Steers has said it expects the commodities market to have "largely" rebalanced by the second half of 2017, as a recovery in supply-demand fundamentals drives an estimated 17% total return for investors.

Based on the commodity universe's current position in the recovery cycle, the company said it expects spot prices to rise by approximately 25% in the market's rebalancing phase, which translates to a 21%...

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