Metals Chart Book

5 October, 2018

Demand weakness means rally is on borrowed time

Metal prices rebounded strongly in September, in a relief rally, as the latest round of US-Chinese tariffs were lower than initially feared. However, slower growth in Chinese manufacturing and the prospect of less severe Chinese supply cuts this winter mean that metals should struggle to hold onto these gains.

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