Copper prices inch higher in LME pre-market as opportunists buy
Dec 16, 2011 | 05:16 AM
Copper prices started the European morning higher on Friday on the London Metal Exchange amid bouts of opportunistic trade buying, but nervousness persisted ahead of the weekend.
Three-month copper was trading at $7,325 per tonne at 10:19 GMT, up from an opening price of $7,248 per tonne, after rallying at the opening of European markets.
The red metal traded sideways through the Asian trading....
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