Commodities boom might have peaked, as stimulus ends

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The biggest advances in commodities this year might be from investors who think policy makers aren’t doing enough to stabilize the economy, said Bloomberg.

The Standard & Poor’s index of commodities is expected to end the year about 3 percent higher than it is now. That contrasts with a 92 percent surge from 2008 to 2011 when when the Fed brought $2.3 billion in debt in two rounds of qualitative easing.

Read more at Bloomberg.