Shanghai copper prices rise before Bernanke speech
Jun 07, 2012 | 06:47 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices rose on Thursday June 7, on increased speculation that the US may relax its monetary policy.
SHFE September copper settled at 53,970 yuan ($8,515) per tonne, up 290 yuan from Wednesday, while its trading volume dropped to 412,228 lots....
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