Last week Citi's Edward Morse put out a note declaring "the commodity super cycle is over".
A huge part of this call was attributed to the slowdown in the Chinese economy and its longer-term goal of rebalancing the economy.
But some commodities are sure to outperform others in the coming years.
We drew on Morse's report to put together the price targets for 18 key commodities and highlighted some key risks that could boost prices or deliver a massive blow.
NOTE: The price targets are effective as of November 19, 2012.
2013 average year price:$99.00/barrel
2014 average year price:$93.00/barrel
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