Brian Hicks Talks Iron-Ore Stocks with Barron’s
October 31, 2012
In “Iron Giants Set to Stir,” Global Resources Fund Portfolio Manager Brian Hicks, CFA, discusses how China’s stimulative monetary policy and spending on infrastructure should result in China consuming more iron-ore.
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