Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs. Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs.
Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs.

Commodities to fall in price over next five years, says Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs analysts say increased supplies will put an end to the super-cycle of rising prices

Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs. Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs.
Copper was forecast to drop to US$6,600 a tonne over five years, while iron ore was seen at US$80 a tonne and Brent may be US$100 a barrel, according to Goldman Sachs.
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