Copper's Supply and Demand Surge; Bank Card Fees
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In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  Miners Defy Iron Ore, Met Coal Buoyancy as Consensus Capitulates -- Alon Olsha explains why mining stocks aren’t buying into the stubborn strength of iron ore and metallurgical coal markets.  Deep Dive: Copper’s Fast-Rising Supply Gives Way to Demand Surge -- Grant Sporre lays out the longer-term forces changing the industry.  Big Banks’ Capital Levels Readied for 19% Boost by New Fed Rule -- Nathan Dean outlines what’s at stake for bank capital levels if regulators’ so-called Basel III endgame proposal is implemented. Water Is Critical for Beverages, Affecting Production and Profit -- Gail Glazerman explains the implications for beverage companies from climate change.  Canadian Banks Have Levers to Address Rising CRE-Loan Risk -- Paul Gulberg looks at the risks from commercial real estate, especially in office loans and US exposure.  The Bloomberg Intelligence radio show with Paul Sweeney and Alix Steel podcasts through Apple’s iTunes, Spotify and Luminary. It broadcasts on Saturdays and Sundays at noon on Bloomberg’s flagship station WBBR (1130 AM) in New York, 106.1 FM/1330 AM in Boston, 99.1 FM in Washington, 960 AM in the San Francisco area, channel 119 on SiriusXM,, and iPhone and Android mobile apps.   Bloomberg Intelligence, the research arm of Bloomberg L.P., has more than 400 professionals who provide in-depth analysis on more than 2,000 companies and 135 industries while considering strategic, equity and credit perspectives. BI also provides interactive data from over 500 independent contributors. It is available exclusively for Bloomberg Terminal subscribers. Run BI . See for privacy information.
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