Commodity prices may fall for months on weaker demand and lower market expectations before they recover, Commerzbank AG analyst Eugen Weinberg said.
Eugen Weinberg, a senior commodity analyst at Commerzbank AG, comments on the natural gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine that has disrupted supplies to Europe for the last nine days.
Silver may surge to as much as $23 an ounce next year, the highest price since 1980, as investors seek a cheap alternative to gold and a global economic recovery boosts industrial demand, according to Commerzbank AG.
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