Metals

Metals Chart Book

5 December, 2018

Slowing Chinese growth does not bode well for prices

Steel and iron ore prices fell precipitously in November, as the reality of slowing Chinese demand growth finally filtered through into softer prices. We think that global demand will continue to falter, with China slowing further and that this will act as a drag on industrial metals prices.

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