Shanghai copper falls 1.7%, tracking LME drop
Dec 29, 2011 | 02:46 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper moved down by 1.7% on Thursday, tracking overnight falling prices in London.
SHFE March copper settled at 54,320 yuan ($8,534) per tonne, down 950 yuan from Wednesday. Its trading volume decreased by 25,224 lots to 361,456 lots.
"Today's Shanghai price followed the LME price; as you know, LME....
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