China still needs copper, will bite below $9,000
Mar 23, 2011 | 06:13 PM
LONDON - China still needs large volumes of copper, and recent dips below $9,000 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange revealed strong underlying demand, Kevin Norrish, commodity research managing director at Barclays Capital Plc, said. The market has cooled in recent weeks....
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