Time is Money – Commodity Trade & the Third World

£19.50

Shows how commodity market prices are established in the financial capitals of the world

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SKU: 3670
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Year Produced: 1986
Running time: 57 minutes
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Shows how commodity market prices are established in the financial capitals of the world, like London and New York, and how extremely dependent commodity producers in the poor countries are on these prices. The spectacular story of the American oil billionaire Nelson Bunker Hunt and his silver squeeze is told. The tremendous collapse of the London Tin Market is shown and explained, and also the cocoa market – also very much London orientated. Gives an exciting look into the world of high finance and shows the problems of third world commodity producers.

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