Base metal exchange traded funds (ETFs) are on the move this morning after a report showed the industrial production rose more than expected in August. Factories, mines and utilities rose 0.8%, outpacing the 0.6% increase that had been expected. Here are more stories on the subject that may interest you:
- 4 ETFs to Play the Base Metals Boom
- Why Bulls Are Out on Base Metal ETFs
- The 10 Hottest Commodities and ETFs of 2009
- Not All Commodity ETFs Are Created Equal
- How to Use ETFs As Market Indicators
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