Shanghai copper rebounds as equities steady
Dec 07, 2011 | 02:51 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices rose for the first time in three days on Wednesday as equities steadied, improving sentiment in metals markets.
The exchange's February copper contract settled at 58,056 yuan ($9,047) per tonne on Wednesday, up 0.9% from Tuesday.
"There was nothing really new. Equities seemed....
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