By Barani Krishnan and Frank Tang NEW YORK, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Prominent commodities investor and hedge fund manager Dwight Anderson said Thursday platinum output has possibly peaked as the precious metal gets harder to mine, and prices are likely to rise to record highs. "I actually don't believe in the geological math that supports the thesis of peak oil," the founder of the Ospraie hedge fund told an investors conference in New York. "But where platinum is concerned, peak ...
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