Base metals prices dip in LME officials as euro falls back
Dec 07, 2011 | 08:21 AM
Base metals prices gave up some earlier gains in the official session at the London Metal Exchange on December 7, as prices continued to bounce around within ranges prior to the EU heads-of-state summit this coming Friday.
The euro, which was trading at about $1.343 during the pre-market, slipped to around $1.337 by the officials.
“The focus continues to be on the outcome of the ECB [European Central Bank] and EU summit later this week,” an....
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