The structural economic slowdown which we expect in China over the coming decade will weigh heavily on consumption of industrial commodities and their prices. Steel will be by far the most affected commodity, but copper and aluminium will also suffer. In contrast, oil is likely to weather the slowdown relatively unscathed.
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