Commodities have been much more volatile of late, especially last week with with copper closing last Friday at a six-month low on expectations of weak Chinese economic growth. It has since had a bounce, but it was an ever so small bounce. Last week, China surprised the markets (as it often likes to do) with an interest rate cut that triggered hectic and I would say emotional buying in base metals – used for infrastructure investment and industrial manufacturing – by investors and traders who were probably scrambling to cover their bearish bets.
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