The global supercycle in commodities that has lost steam in recent years shows signs of revving up again, S&P Dow Jones Indices' global head of commodities and real assets said Friday.
Jodie Gunzberg sees two bullish signals for commodities as they come off their first positive year since 2012.
First, industrial metals have recently outperformed precious metals by the widest margin in 26 years, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices.
"That is very bullish. It shows investors are excited not only to participate in the upside of the economic growth with...