Rio Tinto sees short-term volatility for copper
Nov 14, 2012 | 11:25 AM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Volatility in the copper market is likely to continue in the short term due to macroeconomic factors, even as the long-term growth of the industry is assured, according to a top executive at Rio Tinto Plc.
"While we expect continued volatility in the short term, the copper markets long-term fundamentals are robust," Andrew Harding, chief executive officer of Rio Tinto Copper, said at Dahlman Rose & Co.s third annual Global Metals, Mining and Materials Conference in New York.....
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