29.04.2009 - Copper declines on outlook for demand after swine flu outbreak
From Bloomberg: Copper fell for a second day in London on concern that an outbreak of swine flu will prolong the global economic recession and sap demand for raw materials. The World Health Organization raised its global pandemic alert to the highest since it adopted a warning system in 2005, saying the outbreak isn’t containable. Trading volume of the benchmark copper contract dropped to 26,464 lots yesterday, the lowest in a week, according to London Metal Exchange data on Bloomberg. One lot is equal to 25 metric tons......Full Article: Source