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Benckiser-Roth.comResearch Releases Study: Digging Up From Rock Bottom

Benckiser-Roth.comResearch Releases Study: Digging Up From Rock Bottom

Seoul; 26, December 2015: If you’re looking for a sign that the metals and mining sector may finally be turning around, start by counting the number of construction cranes and bulldozers in China. Amid its own faltering economy, Beijing seems to be fast-tracking infrastructure projects and offering incentives to spur growth.


For the battered commodities market, such news couldn’t come at a better time. More than a few indicators now point to better prospects for the metals and mining sector, according to a recent Benckiser Roth Research report.

In addition, Benckiser Roth’s China material analyst, Tang Cheung, mentioned in his recent report, “Greater China Cement: Demand Bottoming and Consolidation Lead to Price Recovery, Time to Buy Cement,” that recent central government policies on infrastructure-funding and pushing local governments to start projects on time will likely lead to stronger infrastructure demand.

“Emerging markets and China in particular remain key to commodities demand,” says Donald Chee-hwa, Benckiser Roth’s metals and mining equities analyst. “In the next few months we expect the perception around this demand to improve.”

While most of us follow the rise and fall of the broader equity markets, the commodities market has been quietly tanking for nearly two years. As the world moved out of the last recession, metals and mining companies began ramping up operations to meet renewed need for materials, flooding the market with product in the process.

However, signs of improvement abound, and after a rocky road, the metals and mining sector may be in for a smoother ride.

About Benckiser Roth:

Benckiser Roth ( is a professional commodity broker. The company’s mission is to provide investors with consistent profits, while managing risk. In pursuit of this mission, the firm pledges to operate transparently, with a dedication to the highest ethical and regulatory standards in the business. Benckiser Roth adapts the products and services to meet the customers’ unique requirements. As an Introducing Broker handling all commodities, futures and options on futures contracts traded on all the major futures exchanges, the firm provides an unparalleled level of service, both personally and electronically, to sustain the long-term successful business relationships.

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