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China has been on everyone’s mind the past few months and I believe it’s important to understand it’s impact.  A China whose growth is slowing is a China that buys materially less resources from around the world. Barry Ritholtz published the above chart, which shows the amounts of raw materials that China buys as a percentage of world production.  If growth slows down, this could have a dramatic impact on the prices of raw materials and on the companies of those who sell them…

 

 

 

 

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Author: Jared Toren

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