LME ASIAN WRAP: Copper prices stay in tight range after approaching 3-month low
Apr 10, 2012 | 10:09 PM
London Metal Exchange copper was little-changed on Wednesday April 11 after touching a near three-month low on Tuesday, as investors grappled with the overnight slide amid global economic concerns.
By 03:30 London time, three-month copper stood at $8,095.5 per tonne, down just $4.75 from its open. The red metal fell to a low of $8,050 per tonne on Tuesday, its lowest....
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