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Most metals prices will remain elevated in 2022, with forecasts likely to be revised up in the coming weeks after China indicated it would continue its support for infrastructure and construction investment after all, says Fitch Solutions. However, slowing global economic growth, normalisation of fiscal policy and Chinese real estate woes will pose downside risks to metals prices this year. Global growth is forecast to slow to 4.1% in 2022 from 5.6% in 2021, as ba…
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Adam Smith Germany
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