02.12.2009 - Base metals stage rally, but will it last?
From Amm.com: Base metals jolted back to life in Tuesday trading on the back of a weaker U.S. dollar and a slew of positive economic data, but some market insiders said a year-end correction might still be in store for the industrial metals complex. Zinc and copper led the rally on the London Metal Exchange, with three-month zinc clambering 3.7 percent higher vs. Monday to end second-ring trade at $2,335 per tonne, and copper rising 2.7 percent to a 14-month high of $7,016 a tonne.................................Full Article: Source
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