Goldman Sachs prefers ‘disappointing’ nickel as rebound expected

Prices of the metal used to make stainless steel will gain about 20 per cent over the next six months to $US14,000 a metric ton as the market heads toward a deficit next year, Goldman predicts.

Prices of the metal used to make stainless steel will gain about 20 per cent over the next six months to $US14,000 a metric ton as the market heads toward a deficit next year, Goldman predicts. Photo: Gillianne Tedder

Read more at: http://www.smh.com.au/business/markets/goldman-sachs-prefers-disappointing-nickel-as-rebound-expected-20150707-gi6zrh.html

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