Analyst forecast exaggerated patterns for indexes at S&P seminar

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After three years of rapid evolution, industry analysts forecast a challenging environment for commodities indexes as the prices of the underlying futures they are composed of begin to become more closely correlated to commodity market fundamentals. The analysts were speaking at the Standard & Poor's GSCI Annual Commodities Seminar on September 16.

The Standard & Poor's (S&P) GSCI is a widely recognised measure of general price movements and inflation in the world economy, based on liquid

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