LONDON — Will COVID-19 kick-start a new commodities supercycle? Goldman Sachs thinks so.
While last year’s strong rebound in many commodity prices might be viewed as a “V-shaped vaccine recovery,” the bank contends it is just “the beginning of a much longer structural bull market for commodities.”
“Looking at the 2020s, we believe that similar structural forces to those which drove commodities in the 2000s could be at play,” Goldman argues. (“2021 Commodities Outlook: REVing up a structural bull market,” Nov. 18, 2020) Continue Reading →