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The recent unwinding of Chinese copper and iron ore collateralized financing deals has impacted copper and iron ore prices. Although we believe the "panic" is over, effects could linger a while longer but we believe that the commodity price correction is mostly baked into stocks prices and current levels represent a good entry point for the sector. This view is also supported by expectation of further Chinese fiscal stimulus. With that in mind we stress tested our 2014 & 2015 EBITDA, EPS and NAV estimates using copper prices of $3.00 and $2.75/lb (details below). Bottom Line: NSU, LUN and FM have emerged as “defensive” names (remember there are no such thing as a "defensive" name in a down market) while TKO, CS, CUM and to a lesser extent HBM are the “most levered” names (we consider these stocks to be less interesting until the short term "panic" dissipates).
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- Updated February 12 3:47 PM EST. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.