Copper prices test $8,200 in LME pre-market; drifting ahead of payrolls
May 04, 2012 | 05:31 AM
Copper prices were testing support levels at $8,200 per tonne in pre-market trading on the London Metal Exchange on Friday May 4, with momentum skewed to the downside ahead of key US jobs data due out later in the day.
Three-month copper prices were trading at $8,215 per tonne at 10:33 BST, having earlier hit an intraday low of $8,195 per tonne after a sharp move lower at....
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