ANALYSIS-Commodity fall fuels deflation fears, for now

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By Pratima Desai LONDON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Commodities' fall from grace in recent months has been fast and furious and further losses cannot be ruled out as the economic and demand landscape deteriorates over coming months. This will add to deflation fears, but not for long because many commodities are expected to soon hit a floor as output cuts curb supplies. The notable exceptions could be copper and oil. "Just as the market was irrational on the way up, it will be irrational on the ...

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