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1. Potential debt crisis could hit commodity exporters hardest

- Emerging market assets have seen risk premiums spike, and commodity-exporting countries are seen as particularly risky.

- Venezuela, Argentina and Lebanon have already defaulted on debt payments.

- An estimated 90 countries have already turned to the IMF for emergency financing.

- Calls for a debt “standstill” arrangement at the global level are rising in order to buy time for developing countries so that they don’t face deeper crises. Absent some sort of agreement from creditors, debtors, governments and multilateral banks (IMF, World Bank, etc.) a broad debt crisis could explode.

2. Palladium market in deficit

- The market for palladium could face a deficit through 2021, despite the steep fall in auto sales, according to a report from Standard Chartered.

- The bank says that the deficit may now only be 327,000 ounces in 2020, a narrower gap than the 1.3 million ounces previously anticipated.

- More than 80 percent of palladium is consumed in the auto market.

- But the demand destruction from weaker auto sales has been partially offset by supply-side issues. South Africa, which accounts for 38 percent of global palladium output, announced a 21-day shutdown beginning on March 27, a measure that was extended through the end of April at least.

- Global supply could fall by 10 percent this year largely because of Covid-19-related…





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