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China PMIs point to solid but unremarkable demand

China’s PMI surveys for April suggest the economy continues to grow at a faster pace than a few months ago which is providing support for commodity demand. Today’s Politburo statement signalled that the policy support that has lifted the economy will be extended a while longer, but ultimately we expect weaker construction activity to weigh on prices later in the year.

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