Shanghai copper inches up but trading volumes fall in pre-xmas slowdown
Dec 20, 2011 | 03:04 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices edged up on Tuesday, although concerns over the eurozone issue and the looming holidays reduced trading volumes.
SHFE March copper settled at 53,610 yuan ($8,393) per tonne, 80 yuan higher from Monday.
"Many have turned to the sidelines,” a Shanghai analyst said. “The local spot market is not....
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