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Noble Group's CEO Quitting Reflects Lingering Commodity Troubles

Angus Nicholson, Market Analyst, IG

31-May-16 07:07

Noble Group's CEO Quitting Reflects Lingering Commodity Troubles

The resignation of Noble Group's CEO Yusuf Alireza is reflective of both the group's mismanagement and the continued problems in the commodity sector.

Gold has fallen from it's recent rise on expectations of a Fed rate hike. The USD's strength will make trades into listed exporters appealing.



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