Copper prices fall 2.6% in LME pre-market amid growing economic fears
May 14, 2012 | 05:33 AM
Copper prices lost 2.6% in pre-market trading on the London Metal Exchange on Monday May 14, a continuation of a subdued Asian session, amid protracted renewed concerns over the global economy.
Three-month copper started the day at $8,033.75 per tonne and was trading at $7,826 per tonne by 9:55 BST.
The contract traded to an intraday high of $8,085.50....
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