Base-metal related exchange traded funds (ETFs) are moving higher this morning, and some analysts expect the metals to continue their rally for the remainder of the year. Demand from China, as well as a recovery in the auto and housing sectors, are expected to contribute to any growth in the area. Here are some stories on the subject that may interest you:
- Why Bulls Are Out on Base Metal ETFs
- The 10 Hottest Commodities and ETFs of 2009
- Not All Commodity ETFs Are Created Equal
- How China’s Shopping Spree Helps Commodity ETFs
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