Global stock markets began the week mixed Monday. Oil prices continued their fall toward $55 a barrel as Japan fell into a technical recession in the third quarter. But CNBC's experts say there will be a commodities super cycle in 2010, once the global economy recovers.
Look for Commodities' Super Cycle in '10
Commodity prices will turnaround when the global economy bounces back in late 2009, according to Robert Parker, vice chairman at Credit Suisse Asset Management.
More Bad News Ahead
Expect three to four more quarters of pain, says Benjamin Pedley, MD and Investment Strategist at LGT Investment Management Asia.
Expect a Bad Q4 in the US
The fourth quarter of 2008 will probably be the worst quarter for the U.S. economy, says Robert Parker, vice chairman at Credit Suisse Asset Management.
Who Will Lead a Recovery?