Shanghai copper slips 0.5% on EU worries
Dec 19, 2011 | 02:18 AM
Copper futures prices in Shanghai began the week with a fall, dropping 0.5% amid generally weak sentiment in Asian financial markets.
March copper on the Shanghai Futures Exchange settled at 53,530 yuan ($8,364) per tonne, down 250 yuan from Friday.
"Market sentiment will remain relatively weak for the near term, due to continuous negative news coming out of....
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