Copper keeps on climbing . . . so much for supply and demand
Nov 11, 2005 | 07:58 AM
| Sean Barry
The strength of the copper market was underlined following news that the strike at Asarco Inc., Tucson, Ariz., had come to an end.Copper actually raced up after the announcement. Funds continued to hold long positions and no new short positions came onto the London Metal Exchange despite the news, a clear sign of increasing supply.....
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