Platts reported that FCStone analysts say tin, among other metals, is set to do well this year.
As quoted in the market news:
“We still like lead and tin going into 2013, as these are the two metals with the least amount of inventory overhang and the tightest supply/demand profile,” they said in the report.
The FCStone analysts concurred with the widely held view that China, despite a economic slowdown of its own, will continue to spearhead base-metal demand.
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