18.12.2013 - Copper seen as not too hot and not too cold in 2014
Base-metals analysts are describing a Goldilocks scenario for copper in 2014 not too hot and not too cold. Production is expected to increase, but leave the market in only a modest supply surplus with demand that most analysts forecast to hold up although not be spectacular. Against this backdrop, most said they look for copper to remain largely range-bound in 2014. Im not super bearish. Im not super bullish either, said Leon Westgate, commodity strategist at Standard Bank, in an interview with Kitco News...............................................Full Article: Source
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