LME ASIAN WRAP: Copper rangebound on Chinese growth, Greek worries
May 14, 2012 | 10:36 PM
London Metal Exchange copper traded in a tight range in early Asian trading on Tuesday May 15, as market participants pondered whether a slowdown in Chinese growth has signalled the end of a super cycle in metals prices.
Three-month copper stood at $7,813 per tonne at 03:15 London time, up $13 from its opening price. The red metal traded between $7,763.50 and....
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