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    The World Bank is expected to rise in commodity prices in 2017

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     The World Bank is expected to rise in commodity prices in 2017 Empty The World Bank is expected to rise in commodity prices in 2017

    Post by Rocky Fri 28 Apr 2017, 1:26 am

    The World Bank is expected to rise in commodity prices in 2017


    27/04/2017




    The World Bank predicted rise in industrial commodity prices, especially energy and minerals during 2017 and 2018.

    The bank said in a recent report on Wednesday that oil prices Sthom around $ 55 a barrel this year to rise to $ 60 a barrel in 2018.

    As for commodity prices of natural gas and coal bank, it expects to rise 26% this year and 8% in 2018.

    The report noted that the rise in natural gas prices in the United States will pay the price of gas worldwide to rise by 15% this year, while pay restrictions on the supply of China's coal prices to rise 6%.

    And the prices of goods excluding energy minerals, as prices of agricultural commodities and fertilizers to grow, expect the report this year as the first increase in five years.

    The report also predicted that steel prices grow by 16% supported by higher demand, especially from China. jh


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