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China PMIs suggest metals prices to hold steady

The PMI surveys released so far for China weakened in October with the manufacturing PMIs falling back into contractionary territory. We think China’s demand for commodities will be supported by further fiscal stimulus over the next few months, but a substantial pick-up is unlikely.

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