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PETALING JAYA: Prices of buildings materials such as aluminium are enjoying a “supercycle” or a lengthy period of rising prices.
Malaysia is now China's largest supplier of copper scrap, accounting for 18% of total imports last year.
Our survey shows that more than 60% of respondents, which reported that both prices of local and imported raw materials have increased significantly in the second half of 2020, are expecting prices to continue rising in the first half of this year.
NEW DELHI: Anil Agarwal supercharged his rise from scrap metals trader to billionaire commodities magnate by embracing bold acquisitions and lots of debt.
But there are always two sides to a trade. Some countries that depend on imports are feeling the squeeze in bond and currency markets.
NEW YORK: Commodities rose to their highest in almost eight years amid booming investor appetite for everything from oil to corn.
SYDNEY: Australian dividend payouts are exceeding analysts expectations in the current earnings season, which could support the nation’s stocks and usher in years of amped-up payments.
MELBOURNE: BHP Group boosted its outlook for the global economy as the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines gathers pace, backing its optimism by rewarding investors with a record US$5.1bil first-half dividend payout and fueling expectations for a new commodities supercycle.
NEW YORK: Copper is on the cusp of its longest rally on record, but the metal, seen as a global economic bellwether, has recently stumbled, and traders are watching Washington and Beijing for clues to the next leg up.