The world’s biggest copper producers are warning of looming supply limits at the same time that growing concerns about the global economy leave investors with the largest losses in nine years.
Aluminum prices will rebound in the next year as supplies tighten and investor demand increases, according to analysts from Citigroup Inc., Morgan Stanley and Societe Generale SA.
Speculators are buying gold faster than the world’s biggest producers can mine it as analysts forecast a 27 percent rally that may extend the longest run of annual gains since at least 1920.
"Copper supplies have started to decline again."
- Andrew Karsh on Jul 06, 2010