It's the start of a commodity supercycle, serial entrepreneur Tvede says

From energy to agriculture to metals, commodity markets have been supercharged by robust demand and supply constraints in the past two years, first by the Covid-19 pandemic, and more recently, by the Russia-Ukraine war. Even with prices at all-time highs, there is a very high likelihood for upward momentum to persist over the coming decade, according to serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist Lars Tvede.

In a recent interview with Fastmarkets, the Switzerland-based tech and macro investor talked about how the world’s burgeoning energy transition would drive prolonged demand for metals such as copper and...

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Siyi Liu

May 31, 2022

03:16 GMT

Shanghai