Commodities Outlook: Best and Worst Performers

Oil declined as rising U.S. crude stockpiles kept supplies at the highest level in more than eight decades. Copper dropped for a fifth day, the longest losing streak since January, amid growing scepticism about demand in China. Most other metals traded lower in London. However, gold headed for the biggest quarterly advance since September 1990 as demand for haven assets surged to make the metal one of this year’s best performing commodity. BNP Paribas Global Head of Equity Derivative Strategy Edmund Shing discusses commodities with Bloomberg’s Kenneth Hoffman. They joined Anna Edwards on “Countdown.”

South32 CEO Kerr Says Company Had Strong Production Year
16:02 - South32 CEO Graham Kerr discusses the company's performance and talks about his outlook for commodities. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
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