Copper prices fail to hold $8,300, base metals prices mixed in LME pre-market
May 03, 2012 | 05:39 AM
Copper prices traded below $8,300 per tonne in pre-market trading on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday May 3 as disappointing economic data weighed on sentiment in Asia and Europe.
Three-month copper was trading at $8,245.5 per tonne at 10:41 BST, down from an opening price of $8,306 per tonne.
After hitting a high of $8,326 per tonne as the electronic market opened, three-month copper prices trended lower throughout the Asian session and hit intraday lows shortly before European markets opened.
The red metal moved higher at....
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