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Barclays’s Commodities Investment Firstly Exceeds $300 Billion, Keeping Bearish at Copper Price Next Year
Nov 20,2017 10:20CST
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As per data from Barclays Bank, surge of raw materials price leads to investment volume of bulk commodities firstly breaking $300 billion since 2013.

As per data from Barclays Bank, surge of raw materials price leads to investment volume of bulk commodities firstly breaking $300 billion since 2013. Warren Russell, analyst from Barclays, says strong tendency of petroleum and copper may weaken in 2018, so fundamentals may soften again.


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