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GRAPHICS-Oil, metals, developed equities best performers of 2016; emerging markets struggle
2016年12月30日 / 凌晨4点22分 / 1 年前

GRAPHICS-Oil, metals, developed equities best performers of 2016; emerging markets struggle

SINGAPORE, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Oil was the world’s best-performing asset class in 2016, after being the worst in each of the two previous years.

Brent crude was on track for a gain of around 50 percent, following a 35 percent tumble in 2015.

Copper was up around 16 percent in 2016, compared with the previous year’s 26 percent plunge.

In China, an infrastructure and housing boom sparked a months’ long rally in materials prices, with iron ore futures surging 170 percent and coking coal more than doubling.

The dollar index gained about 4 percent this year, or less than half of its 9.3 percent advance in 2015.

MSCI frontier stocks were down about 2 percent, compared with a 7 percent gain for MSCI developed equities. Shanghai A shares, which rose 4.4 percent in 2015, about dropped 18 percent in 2016.

Asset performance in 2016 vs. 2015 tmsnrt.rs/1WAiQd6 Commodities tmsnrt.rs/2eCrOHk Developed stocks reut.rs/1Pa9L4Y Emerging stocks: reut.rs/1PabU0x Frontier stocks: tmsnrt.rs/2dYsJmH Stocks by sector: tmsnrt.rs/2ik3NcE Government bonds reut.rs/1PabI1s Emerging market currencies vs. dollar reut.rs/1jYWYtJ (Editing by Richard Borsuk)

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