In 2010, copper locked in a second consecutive annual gain of nearly 33 percent as demand remained elevated due to growth in emerging markets and a weak dollar. As for the future […]
As the developed world continues to struggle out of the Great Recession, emerging markets performed relatively well in 2010 and are expected to sustain this growth and performance in the coming year. […]
The price of copper has witnessed positive support over the last few months and imbalances in supply and demand of the base metal are expected to provide further support to prices in […]
Despite weaknesses in US demand for copper, the metal has been trading at its highest level in the past four months paving the path to opportunity for the iPath Dow Jones Copper […]
By Kevin Grewal In the midst of a natural disaster and catastrophe in Chile, the metals and mining industry is likely to see positive price supports in the near future. One major […]
By Kevin Grewal As talks about asset bubbles, oversaturation and over pricing loom over emerging markets, like Brazil, India and China, frontier markets might just be a diamond in the rough. According […]
As the U.S. economy continues to struggle, consumer spending remains weak, consumer confidence remains fragile and the labor markets try to get a boost, investing abroad makes sense and for good reason.