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China PMIs point to stable commodity demand

China’s PMI surveys suggest that manufacturing activity held steady in February and are consistent with stable, if unexciting, growth in commodity demand. That said, we continue to expect a near-term pick-up in activity owing to policy support, which may give a lift to prices in the coming months.

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