Topped out dollar means commodities at the bottom

29.12.2015 • Gold and Natural Resources

MoneyWeek (GBR) – So the US dollar bull market has put a lot of pressure on emerging markets, China and the price of commodities in general. But with a US interest rate rise being pushed further forward into the mists of time, it’s getting harder to make the bullish case for the dollar. In turn, that suggests that monetary policy is set to loosen. And that’s good for asset prices.

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