• Sub-Saharan Africa’s growth momentum continues to be robust. New resource discoveries, firm trends in credit growth underscoring domestic consumption, and increased infrastructure investment are all important drivers of the region’s growth trend.
• Our USD view aligns well with our fundamental view of tightening demand/supply balance
• The USD in 2013 will induce a v-shaped drift on commodity prices
• Energy and industrial sectors are more USD sensitive whilst precious and agriculture are ...
• ETF: Gold outflows continue to slow; we see this as an early sign that a trough is forming
• CFTC: Speculative positions rise 26% w/w, mostly due to the outlook for agricultural commodities...
ETF: Gold outflows continued last week, but are showing signs of gradual slowing
• CFTC: Aggregate net spec fell by 4.8% despite a more bullish outlook on agricultural commodities
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