Building demand

One year after the collapse of Lehmans, fundamentals for the energy and metals markets continue to evolve, with emerging market demand, especially from China, set to have an increasing impact. Pauline McCallion discusses the outlook with experts

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The effects of the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 and the ensuing global financial crisis are still playing out in the commodity markets and further backlash is expected in the months to come.
One year on from one of the biggest financial crises in history and most experts say the outlook for commodities markets now hinges on three major issues: how the regulatory regime being created in the wake of the crisis will affect commodities trading; the timing of the global economic

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