sexta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2016

Vocês pensam que é essa coisa do maior patamar de IFR14 da história da VALE5-VALE3 que eu levanto aqui é brincadeira ?....A alta do Cobre ao longo da semana (já caiu da máxima de hoje até agora cerca de 9%) é a maior de toda a história....diz o site "ZeroHedge"..

Vocês pensam que é essa coisa do maior patamar de IFR14 da história da VALE5-VALE3 é brincadeira ?....

A alta do Cobre ao longo da semana (já caiu da máxima até agora cerca de 9%) é a maior de toda a história....diz o site "ZeroHedge"..

Abaixo, o post do "zerohedge" publicada há pouco, onde cita a matéria da Bloomberg em que o analista do Citibank, David Wilson escancara a forte especulação e uma iminente reviravolta nos preços do Cobre e metais, ai incluso o minério de ferro, por conta de margens requeridas sobre os especuladores nos mercados chineses

Vamos ao post:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-11/copper-having-its-best-week-ever-chinese-speculators-run-amok-again

Copper Is Having It's Best Week Ever As Chinese Speculators Run Amok (Again)

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by Tyler Durden
Nov 11, 2016 8:35 AM

Copper has never, ever, risen at such a torid pace as this week. Blowing away any week's performance of the last 30 years, copper futures are up almost 20% as hopes for US President-Elect Trump's infrastructure spending extended its winning streak to an unprecedented 15 days in a row (up over 28%).


There is just one problem - just like we saw in Iron ore over the summer, speculation (reportedly from Chinese traders) is running wild.

So let's not get too excite about Dr.Copper's economics' forecsting skills... and wait for margin hikes to suck the air of this bubble. Citigroup Inc.’s David Wilson said the run-up is being driven by Chinese speculators, and prices will retreat soon once the froth subsides. As Bloomberg reports,

An increase in trading fees and margins on Chinese commodities exchanges is prompting speculators to trade copper on the LME, Citigroup analysts including David Wilson wrote in an e-mailed note.

The Shanghai Futures Exchange on Thursday raised margin requirements for aluminum and other metals, after trading terms for iron ore, coal and other commodities were tightened by Chinese bourses.

While the surge “appears premature” and prices may fall toward the end of the year, stronger-than-expected Chinese factory data, falling global inventories, and additional spending by China on its power network all point to higher prices in the medium term, according to Citigroup.

“Fundamentals haven’t changed,” Mikinobu Ogata, senior managing executive officer of Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., said in Tokyo on Friday. “I don’t think there’s any change in supply and demand.”