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The euro's fall and a current-account surplus are boosting Europe's position, while overall valuations and earnings potential are currently more attractive versus the U.S., says T. Rowe Price head of international equity Chris Alderson.
A likely slowdown in Chinese real estate will mean weaker demand for commodities such as iron ore and copper, but a few firms with sustainable low-cost positions should weather the storm.
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Low-cost resources will allow these basic materials names to maintain their profit margins despite a slowdown in China.
Sluggishness in the country's real estate sector doesn't bode well for the broader commodities market.