14.11.2008 - Copper recovers from three-year low
From Theglobeandmail.com: Copper recovered on Thursday from levels unseen since 2005 as a weaker U.S. dollar and Chinese production cuts offset demand concerns after data showed China's industrial output fell in October. Copper for December delivery ended down 3.15 cents (U.S.) at $1.6240 a pound on the New York Mercantile Exchange's Comex division, but up from an overnight low of $1.58 – the lowest level for a second-position contract on a continuation basis since mid-July 2005...... Full Article: Source