Copper – It looks like investors can expect a lot of the same behavior from copper in 2014.
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Copper – Better-than-expected copper import figures from China have given the red metal the support it needed to reach a near-two month high.
Copper – According to the Globe and Mail, investors could be missing signs of robust copper demand from China amidst gloom over the weak global economy, which could potentially "wrong-foot those betting on a further slide in prices."
Copper – Copper prices came down today from one-month highs seen July 22.
Copper – Don't worry, we aren't in danger of peak copper any time soon.
Copper – Bloomberg reported that copper showed some strength on Monday, reaching a near two-month high, on positive manufacturing data from the U.S., suggesting that demand may be picking up.
Copper – Reuters reported that analysts are predicting that, while numerous shut downs will tighten available supply, they will likely not run into a deficit situation.
Copper – Copper prices fell in London on the back of reports that China may cut its demand for the metal and that the US economy is improving.
Copper – Copper prices on the London Metal Exchange rose to $1,333.25 a metric ton the morning of May 8, an increase of nearly $12 from the previous day.
Copper – Reuters reported that copper moved up on Monday, in the wake of three weeks of losses, as orders jumped the most in 15 years.