Commodities: How Low Can They Go?
Is the great commodity scare of 1996 over? From oil to lead to corn, the prices of many basic materials surged in the first half of the year. Inflation pessimists saw rising commodity prices as the leading edge of an inflationary surge that would force the Federal Reserve to boost interest rates.
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