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While individual commodities are subject to a lot of momentum—they are a good alternative to stocks and bonds and commonly used for diversification, and hedging investments.
Materials stood out as the one sector ETF that has yet to reverse an intermediate-term downtrend, Peak Theories Research’s Abigail Doolittle said.
Copper futures rose Monday trading above $3.80, after China reported positive import data and on hopes for progress on the European Debt Crisis. Yet, traders and analysts still see more price pressure on the industrial metal.
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As goes copper, so goes the market, MF Global’s Rich Ilczysyn said. And the downward slide isn't good.
For over two years now, investors have used copper to bet on China's economic boom, leading to a doubling in the price of the metal. But now some investors and analysts are betting that zinc - the perennial underperformer in the base metals space - stands to benefit more from China's future growth.
The global market for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) has been stagnant for much of the year as nervousness about the future of the markets has grown and borrowing has become more difficult.
Strategic investor Dennis Gartman suggests closely watching copper. As goes the red metal, so to could go the entire stock market.
China has for the first time revealed the estimated size of its copper inventories, shedding light on one of the commodity market’s biggest mysteries. The FT reports.
There is a strong downtrend in copper and it will not be easily reversed. The historical activity shows strong consistent support near $2.80 and there is a high probability this level will be tested again.
Earnings season kicks off Tuesday and MercBloc's Dan Dicker expects a few surprises.