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Copper loses its sheen as over-supply puts market bears in driving seat

Posted on 29 April 2013

Futures contracts in most metals traded on the London Metals Exchange spiked on Friday, rebounding from falls earlier in the week following worries over Chinese growth. Copper futures smashed through an 18-month low on Tuesday, trading below $7,000 a tonne.
Manufacturing activity in China had dipped, prompting concerns that the major driver of global growth was about to stall. Indeed, China is responsible for 40pc of global refined copper demand, so any slowdown will hit demand for the metal particularly hard………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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