LME ASIAN WRAP: Copper prices rise as Greek news fails to unsettle market
May 10, 2012 | 04:49 AM
London Metal Exchange copper rose in early Asian trading on Thursday, as further news from Greece failed to unsettle the market.
Three-month copper opened at $8,057 per tonne, up 1.1% from its Wednesday official settlement. It traded between $7,950 and 8,130.75 per tonne, and was trading at $8,099.25 by 03:15 BST.
“The Greek issue has been in place for quite a long time....
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