Pre-holiday profit-taking drives metals lower
Dec 23, 2004 | 09:44 AM
Copper fell in official trading on the London Metal Exchange Thursday, dragging other metals lower.The red metal fell to a bid/ask spread of $3,053/$3,055 per tonne from $3,070 at the end of Wednesday's afternoon kerb, its upward momentum cut off by profit-taking. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange,....
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