Miners Looking Cheap Versus Metals as Faltering China Spurs RoutBloomberg News
Fears that China’s slowdown will worsen, hurting demand in the biggest commodities consumer, have caused bloodletting in global mining stocks. A Bloomberg gauge of world mining shares has slumped 16 percent in 2016, more than twice as much as a measure of metals, leaving shares at the lowest compared with their product prices since at least 2003.
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