The commodity markets just as the stock markets have been pretty unstable this year, and the United States and China trade war has just made the situation worse for the markets. The global unrest in nations like Chile, Lebanon, Venezuela, Syria, and many other nations has hit the supply and demand chain of the markets, and the commodity market is the one that has been the most affected.
The commodity prices rose by 1.4 percent in the last week, which has been the highest rise in the prices since the month of September, but this has not been a substantial growth rise that everyone was expecting to happen. This is just a mere rise and does not contribute a pretty goof growth to incite a rally of growth in the commodity markets. This shift has been a very slight one, and there needs to be a major change to help the growth of the commodity markets. The commodity markets are expected to rise very well as the improvement in equity and bond markets has been huge, and hints that manufacturing activity may be stabilizing is what will be changing the situation of the commodity markets pretty soon.
So overall, the Commodity markets have been pretty much okay, and the trend is all set to change if there is growth going just as this is what the markets will be helped by in this time of crisis.
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