CLOSE TO CLOSE: Base metals prices fall again on euro-watching
Dec 12, 2011 | 12:23 PM
Base metals prices took another tumble during kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange on December 12, as the slowdown ahead of the year-end continues and market participants wait for news out of Europe.
Copper closed at a three-month price of $7,606 per tonne, after falling through $7,600 per tonne on the low, compared with a closing price of $7,815 per tonne on December 9.
“Copper has moved back down through its 30-day moving average and....
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