China Prepares For The Next Leg Down In Raw Material Prices

August 11, 2015

China is the world’s largest commodity consumer and as such, the nation is the demand side of the equation when it comes to raw material prices. In my latest piece for Seeking Alpha I examine the huge bond issue that the Chinese government has floated and why it has important ramifications for the commodity markets, particularly for non-ferrous metals.The piece was written prior to the Chinese devaluation on August 11 — China is in trouble and that is not good news for many commodity prices.

Article: China Prepares For The Next Leg Down In Raw Material Prices

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