Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Commodities Bull Is Raging

Precious metals, oil and other commodities will continue to move firmly upward because there simply isn't enough supply out there to meet growing demand, as Adrian Day of Adrian Day Asset Management discusses in this exclusive interview with MoneyShow.com. 

Detail Sources: http://www.moneyshow.com/investing/articles.asp?aid=VideoTrans-22258 

Technical Analysis - Copper - Hesitates below overhead supply

Detail Sources: http://basemetals.com/news/?id=28141&v=33&lang=en&cid=133735&type=1

Technical Analysis - Zinc - On course to test neckline

Detail Sources: http://basemetals.com/news/?id=27533&v=49&lang=en&cid=133816&type=1

Nickel futures down on weak global cues
Nickel prices fell by Rs 2.80 to Rs 1,299.40 per kg in futures trading today as speculators reduced their positions amid weak trend at the London Metal Exchange (LME).

Detail Sources: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/commodities/nickel-futures-down-on-weak-global-cues/articleshow/7646405.cms

Global steel price jumps 10pct in February - MEPS

Steel price dip may continue - MOFCOM

Gold and iron expected to rise, copper steady

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