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Commodity Review and Second-Half Outlook: Part 1
By Taras Berezoswky
With all the “halftime reports” flying around on how commodities fared in the first half of 2011, we thought we’d weigh in and at least try to sort out what’s what – both on metals fundamentals or speculative market trends. While we’re not setting out to provide an absolutely comprehensive commodity report here, we’ll try to hit a few past highlights/lowlights and a few signals pointing to future activity.
Commodity Review and Second-Half Outlook: Part 2
Aluminum, Zinc and the LME
Although aluminum by some standards has been in the dumps lately (i.e. throughout Q2), we can encapsulate much of the light metal’s activity to the LME warehousing issue. Even though the LME has just doubled the amount of tonnage that may be removed per warehouse per day, it won’t be effective until next April.
With Technical Support, Base Metals Are a Solid Long-Term Holding
From a technical standpoint, copper, zinc and lead look attractive. Base metals weren’t immune to the aggressive selling witnessed in other commodity markets over the past month. The sector plunged in the period, with prices for all of the major metals hitting multi-month lows.
Read More: http://seekingalpha.com/article/288608-with-technical-support-base-metals-are-a-solid-long-term-holding