Shanghai copper premiums depressed after LME price falls to three-month low
Apr 12, 2012 | 05:10 AM
Shanghai copper premiums remain depressed after London Metal Exchange prices plummeted more than 3% to three-month lows after the Easter break.
Shanghai copper premiums were trading at $30-60 per tonne this week, with very few deals confirmed. Prices have fallen from $100 in early January and around $120-150 during the fourth quarter of....
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