Barclays commodity prices rally can continue until 2017 running man 20130908

Barclays: commodity price gains can be extended to the 2017 Sina fund exposure platform: letter Phi lag behind false propaganda, the performance of long-term lower than similar products, how to buy funds pit? Click [I want to complain], Sina help you expose them! FX168 financial newspaper (Hongkong) – Barclays Bank (Barclay) on Thursday (September 29th) said in a report, the bank expects the strong performance of commodities (especially oil) sustainable by the end of 2016, and until 2017, while Asian commodity and energy demand will rise. Barclay believes that the fourth quarter of this year is unlikely to actively short commodities, energy prices will lead to a broader rally in commodity prices rebounded in 2017. At the same time, the bank also said in the report, the financial expansion, especially commodities such as infrastructure and other industries, may help to promote price rebound. However, the bank admitted that the commodity supply, the stronger than expected (especially oil), which may pose a threat to the bullish view. Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) on Wednesday (September 28th) had reached an agreement to cut production, which will be the first time in eight years to achieve production cuts. After the news came out of the OPEC agreement, New York crude oil prices soared more than 5%. However, Barclays believes that the OPEC agreement is only to save the face of the move". It is worth noting that many of the specific details of the OPEC agreement has yet to be finalized, before the next meeting scheduled for November, the organization will not finalize the specific target of each member country. Barclays report shows that the informal agreement to pave the way for the November meeting, to help OPEC in the market to adjust to adjust the general price level of the occasion to reaffirm their position to adapt to the market. Proofreading: Sarah into the [Sina financial stocks] discussion相关的主题文章: