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Softer demand, but supply to remain tight

Non-energy commodities prices generally fell in June on the back of concerns about the outlook for demand amid global monetary tightening and slower economic growth. Energy prices may also fall a little from here, but constrained supply will mean that they stay higher for longer.  

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