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China’s PMIs may be understating commodity demand

China PMI surveys suggest that the economy flatlined in November, but there was good news for commodity demand with the relative strength in the construction PMI. We suspect that underlying activity is stronger than the PMIs and that this will offer some support to commodity prices in the coming months.

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