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Where next for copper prices?

Posted on 12 April 2013

Copper is a key manufacturing input, used in everything from electrical wiring to air conditioning units. The copper price has been stable within a range of $7,300-$8,600 per tonne over the past year. Copper prices are down by 8% since the start of 2013 to around $7,550 per tonne, down 25% from the record high in early 2011.
As the copper industry’s annual gathering in Chile ends we look at what is likely to happen to copper prices over the next few years……………………………………..Full Article: Source


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