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Goldman believes this trade will return more than 20% over the next 12 months

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Despite the many recent macroeconomic concerns about the resurgence of global Covid-19 cases, the stalled economic reopening and how the Federal Reserve is going to control inflation, Goldman Sachs thinks the foundation is being laid for a booming rally in metals.

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