Risk off as volumes dry up in LME pre-market
Dec 15, 2011 | 05:16 AM
Base metals prices will not see a solid rally until there is a firm resolution in Europe, a category I trader told Metal Bulletin in Thursday’s pre-market trading on the London Metal Exchange.
Three-month copper opened at $7,225 per tonne as signs of a small rebound overnight disappeared by morning. The contract was trading at $7,235 per tonne as of....
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