Base metals prices fall further in LME officials on euro weakness
Dec 14, 2011 | 08:57 AM
Base metals prices dropped further during Wednesday’s official session on the London Metal Exchange as the euro continued to nosedive.
Copper settled $7,370/72 per tonne, basis three months, also the intraday low for the red metal, and was trading at $7,422.25 per tonne at 13:43 GMT.
This compares with an opening price of $7,537.75....
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