Shanghai copper prices edge down on China demand concerns
Oct 29, 2012 | 03:22 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices fell back on Monday October 29 as investor confidence in China's economy remained weak.
The February copper contract settled at 56,790 yuan ($9,026) per tonne, down 180 yuan from its closing price last Friday and also 390 yuan lower for the day. ....
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