The Case for Commodities: ‘Super-Backwardation,’ Structural Demand and Inventory Shortages

15 FEB 2022
TOPICS: Commodities | 2022 Outlooks | Markets

In the latest episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, Jeffrey Currie, global head of Commodities Research in Goldman Sachs Research, discusses why he believes commodities are entering a supercycle and how the current geopolitical landscape is shaping commodity markets.    

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This podcast was recorded on February 7, 2022. 
 

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