Copper prices edge lower in LME officials
Apr 11, 2012 | 10:07 AM
Copper prices lost more ground in official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday April 11, just holding above $8,000 per tonne as Tuesday’s sell-off weighed on sentiment.
Three-month copper settled at an official price of $8,090/100 per tonne and traded as low as $8,018 per tonne.
The contract opened....
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