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Commodity Outlook & Fed’s Operation Twist

Oil and gold are poised to benefit from the dithering policies of Western leaders and the possible launch of the Fed’s Operation Twist. Other commodities are set see a run-up thanks to tight supplies.

The world’s major commodities had a phenomenal run in the past two years, but cooled down in the first six months of 2011.

Within the first six months of the year, only two commodities – silver and coal – saw a double-digit rise and only six of the 14 main commodities were in positive territory. READ MORE HERE

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