Commodities surge could be short-lived: S&P

The so-called metals 'supercycle' may be pie in the sky

The so-called commodities supercyle may not come to pass

The so-called commodities supercyle may not come to pass

Speaking on a webinar last week, S&P commodities analyst Jason Sappor said new copper volumes coming onstream would steady the demand-supply balance by 2022, suggesting the current bull run on the red-metal...

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