Commodity supply constraints and increasing demand from emerging markets mean talk about the death of the super cycle appears premature, McKinsey & Co

James McKay

Commodity supply constraints and increasing demand from emerging markets mean talk about the death of the super cycle appears premature, McKinsey & Co. said. Energy, metal and agricultural prices more than doubled since 2000 and are still close to highs reached before the financial crisis, McKinsey said today in a report. The consulting company didn't provide price forecasts.


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