Published on November 15, 2010 by admin · No Comments
Commodities tumbled across the board, part of a wider market selloff as worries grow that China will take additional actions to slow its surging economy.
Data from China released Thursday showed inflation rising faster than anticipated, which could force China’s central bank to raise interest rates or take other steps to slow growth. Grains and metals had risen on the report Thursday but they backtracked Friday along with crude oil and equities markets. Cotton and sugar, which fell from multi-year highs earlier this week, saw additional declines.>>>