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Grim Outlook for the Commodity Currencies

Grim Outlook for the Commodity Currencies

5 Years ago | April 08, 2015 00:00:00

by John M. Bland

I published a comparative chart of Manufacturing Purchasing Manager Indices late last week that compared the U.S, Eurozone, U.K. and Japan. The chart showed the U.S. slowing, U.K. advancing again, Eurozone starting to improve and Japan flat. I have been asked if I had another set of charts that I watch which focuses on economies heavily influenced by the commodity sector. The one I use features the U.S., Canada, Australia and China. As a major manufacturer, China is included because it is a key consumer of commodities. In the current world, all four are being strongly influenced by falling energy prices.

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