Commodities Overview

Commodities Update

13 July, 2017

Persistent strength in China’s commodity imports

China’s commodity import demand has generally been strong so far in 2017. However, stocks of many industrial commodities are high suggesting that underlying demand may be somewhat weaker. Indeed, we expect activity to slow in the second half which is likely to weigh on commodity import volumes.

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