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BB1: The Fed just gave commodities the biggest boost since 2011

Economy-sensitive stocks received some good news out of Washington on Friday, and it had nothing to do with the trade war. For industrial commodities, it could be the biggest news in over 8 years.

Sound bites: Insiders run to resources as geo-tensions rise

On Tuesday, the world will get the first serious insight into the Trump administration's priorities when the president addresses a joint session of congress. We got a hint of what may be in that speech when the New York Times wrote Sunday that the president will be asking for a major jump in defence spending. That news comes on the heels of further reports on the weekend from Reuters that China is investing heavily in naval capabilities to beef up its territorial claims in the South China and East China seas.

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