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GFMS: Improved mine output, weak demand to pressure copper prices

Posted on 11 April 2013

Growing negative market sentiment, along with rising warehouse stocks, mine supply and weakening demand, could weigh on copper prices, said a metals consultancy Tuesday.
Copper prices are weaker so far in 2013, and if selling pressure intensifies, Thomson Reuters GFMS said prices could fall to $6,500 a metric ton. However, the firm said it believes the red metal could spend most of the year within its recent broad trading range………………………………………..Full Article: Source

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