Metals Chart Book

5 December, 2017

Metals starting to look vulnerable

The prices of most metals fell in November, reflecting concerns about somewhat softer economic data out of China. The outlier was the ferrous sector, where prices surged on the prospect of Chinese production cuts during the winter. Meanwhile, in recent days, the price of gold appears to have started to factor in higher US interest rate expectations.

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