Positive outlook for 2011 commodity inflows: survey

Commodity investment to strengthen and become more active in 2011 as natural gas producers look to hedge low price expectations

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Hedge funds, pension funds and other institutional investors plan to take a more knowledge-based, active approach to commodity investment in 2011, according to Philippe Comer, head of commodity investor structuring, Americas, at Barclays Capital.

A survey of attendees at Barclays Capital’s 6th annual US Commodities Investor Conference this week showed 50% believe commodity investment inflows will total between $50 billion and $7 billion next year, compared to Barclays Capital’s estimate of $50

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