Commodities To Watch in Sandy’s Wake
Markets were closed late last night in preparation for hurricane Sandy, as the storm has its sights set on the east coast. With approximately 50 million people in its projected path, Sandy is predicted to dump unprecedented amounts of rain that could cause an 11 foot rise in some areas of the coast line. “From North Carolina to Maine, forecasters warned that Sandy was likely to collide with a cold front and spawn a “superstorm” that could generate flash floods, snowstorms and massive power outages” write Chelsea J. Carter and Josh Levs . See the full story here → Related Posts: How Much Money Your Favorite Commodity ETFs Make 100 Insightful Futures Traders Worth Following on Twitter What Are the Most Popular Commodity ETFs? Top 100 Options Trading Blogs 5 Lessons From the Inside Commodities Conference
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