Apr 26

China Commodity Bubble Bursts As Exchanges Curb Goldman’s “Biggest Concern”:

During the last week we have highlighted the frightening similarity between the speculative spike in China commodity trading (which has sent industrial metals prices soaring in yet another ‘error’ signal for real supply and demand) and the pump-n-dump in Chinese stocks. Specifically, as Goldman warns the factor that “concerns us the most is the increased speculation in the Chinese iron ore futures market,” and now, as Bloomberg reports, it appears that bubble is bursting as Steel and Iron Ore prices tumble most in 21 months after Chinese exchanges raise margins in an attempt to curb speculation.

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