Analysis: 2021 Could See Commodity Boom, but Political Risk in Brazil Remains Threat

A survey by Crescat Capital pointed out that the relationship between commodities and the global stock market is at its lowest level since the 1970s - and, according to manager Otávio Costa, the beginning of an upward trajectory is looming.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Last year was a nightmare for some, but there is an expected turnaround for commodities in the global scenario for 2021. This is what analysts claim, who are betting their chips on the resumption of prices against the higher demand and lower supply scenario.

A survey by Crescat Capital pointed out that the relationship between commodities and the global stock market is at its lowest level since the 1970s - and, according to manager Otávio Costa, the beginning of an upward trajectory is looming.

"There are opportunities in the commodities area. We thought that the beginning . . .

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