NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- With the damage -- and the death toll -- in Japan still far from clear, manufacturing plants and nuclear reactors taken offline by the catastrophe will shake worldwide demand and pricing for raw materials, observers of the global commodities trades say.Already investors have driven up shares of Posco (PKX - Get Report), for example. The South Korean steel giant saw its stock rise nearly 5% in New York trading Monday, the second session after news of the disaster broke on Friday morning in the U.S.
Japan Disaster Shakes Global Raw Materials Trade
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