CLOSE TO CLOSE: Copper misses out on aluminium, nickel gains in LME kerb
May 17, 2012 | 12:35 PM
Base metals prices were mixed in Thursday’s kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange after spending the day in tight ranges tracking the fluctuating Euro.
Three-month copper finished the kerb at $7,649 per tonne compared with $7,650 per tonne on Wednesday and with $7,679/680 per tonne in official trading.
The red metal traded to....
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