Mining News: Chinese demand drives metals prices
Economist presents Scotiabank global commodities forecast for 2014-15 at Nunavut gathering; predicts improving commodity prices
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Scotiabank’s Commodity Price Index, having lost steam in late 2013, is expected to bottom out this spring and rally in the second half of 2014 on stronger global growth, Scotiabank Vice President, Economics Patricia M. Mohr told an overflow crowd attending the 2014 Nunavut Mining Symposium in April.....
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