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China’s record copper, iron ore imports are not being put to work

Posted on 19 February 2014

The copper price’s February comeback accelerated on Tuesday, bringing gains so far this month to more than 4%. In New York trade spot copper jumped 2c to $3.34 a pound, up from $3.20 hit at the end of January over fears of a marked slowdown in the economy of number one consumer China.
For 2014 economists are predicting 7.4% which would make it the slowest nominal growth since 1990. Given its widespread use in transportation, manufacturing and construction the copper price is sensitive to any economic slowdown………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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