Commodity price gains: speculation vs. fundamentals
Commodities of all sorts have risen in price over the past few years. Some say that the prices reflect a bubble, driven by low interest rates and excessive speculation. Others say the price gains can be fully explained by supply and demand.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): July ()
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