LME ASIAN WRAP: Copper rangebound on Europe worries
Dec 13, 2011 | 09:54 PM
London Metal Exchange copper fluctuated around $7,500 per tonne in early Asian trading on Wednesday as investors remained cautious after Fitch Ratings cut its credit outlook for four eastern European countries.
At 03:11 GMT, three-month copper traded at $7,523.5 per tonne, down $14.25 per tonne form its open. The red metal stayed in a narrow range, reaching a high of $7,552.5 and a....
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