We expect commodity prices to ease in 2022 from current levels and forecast most commodity prices to average lower on a y-o-y basis, as we see supply improving while demand growth will ease.
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How will Covid-19 alter and accelerate ongoing structural Commodities trends? In this special report we assess how changes in government policies and reassessments of companies’ strategic plans will impact the sector.
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Head of Commodities Analysis
Sabrin leads Fitch Solutions commodity fundamental analysis and price strategy, managing a team that covers 20 commodities across energy, industrial and precious metals, soft commodities, and grains. Sabrin joined Fitch Solutions in 2015 and regularly engages with clients hailing from banks, asset management firms, consultancies, government agencies and corporations. Sabrin previously worked at ING Bank and holds a Master’s Degree with distinction in Financial Forecasting and Investment from the University of Glasgow. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National University of Singapore.
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Global Industries Outlook 2022 - Mid-Year Update
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has permeated across many of our global themes. The high inflation environment and subsequent cost of living crisis and rising interest rate environment in many markets has had knock-on-effects for other trends we expected to see play out. In general, while we have seen a waning economic impact from Covid-19, the Russia-Ukraine crisis has prevented full economic normalisation globally, impacting growth across several industries.
Latin America Monthly Outlook: Subdued Regional Growth, As Risks Mount
Latin America’s economies will be hampered by high inflation and interest rates, weaker external demand and political uncertainty that will undermine investment. This presentation will provide you with an illustration of our key views for countries including Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia.
Latin America Monthly Outlook: Oil Exporters Headline Regional Growth Outperformers
With favourable commodity prices set to benefit several markets across the Latin America region, this presentation will provide you with an illustration of our key views for countries including Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Guyana.
Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Global Ramifications For Industries
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused major disruption for industries on a global scale, through both direct and indirect means. We expect this disruption to last throughout 2022 regardless of the outcome of the conflict, owing to the scale of physical damage and the displacement of people.
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