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Danger signal

3 August 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Commodity price spikes generally occur at the peak of economic cycles. This time, a sharp rebound coincides with an economic trough. Whether caused by monetary factors or Asian demand growth, a further commodity price advance could spark inflation and stall global recovery.

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