Copper price loses more ground in LME officials
Apr 13, 2012 | 11:41 AM
Three-month copper settled at $8,120/125 per tonne in the official session at the London Metal Exchange on Friday April 13, compared with an opening price of $8,203 per tonne, after Chinese growth data fell short of expectations, leading to a dismal morning.
The contract traded as high as $8,218 per tonne and found its low at $7,985 per tonne.
“Copper has come down and....
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