Metals Chart Book

4 April, 2018

Rising protectionism drives prices lower

Fears of a trade war between China and the US and heightened geopolitical tensions weighed on most metals prices last month as investors rotated out of risky assets and into safe havens. In contrast, the prices of US steel and gold were beneficiaries of increased protectionism.

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