FT runs story on continuing slow down in China metals and mining, which marks to what I am seeing across the board in my client work.
Notes the FT:
“Asian stocks fell on Monday, with Chinese indices losing ground as mainland markets reopened after a week-long holiday to a sell-off in metals and mining stocks.
The losses came as industrial and precious metals prices fell on commodity exchanges. Copper, gold and silver were down for a second session on Monday as concerns over Chinese growth – a huge driver of demand for metals in the last decade – continued to mount.”
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