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Goldman cuts short-term forecast on copper

Posted on 23 April 2013

As if the past two month’s 13% decline in copper prices wasn’t enough to signal waning confidence in the metal, analysts have also started to scale back forecasts. The latest blow to copper came on Monday, when senior metals analyst at Goldman Sachs Max Layton cut the three-, six- and 12 -month forecasts, citing resurfacing Chinese growth concerns, technical factors turning bullish and a broader metals selloff that has added pressure on prices.
The forecasts were lowered to $7,500 per tonnes from $8,000 on a three-month basis, to $8,000 from $9,000 for six months and to $7,000 per tonnes from $8,000 for 12 months………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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