Copper – Bloomberg reported that copper climbed on Friday, reducing losses this week, given a boost by improving U.S. consumer confidence that suggest an up tick in demand.
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Copper – Copper for delivery in three months fell on the London Metal Exchange to $7,198 per metric ton, a 0.6-percent decline.
Copper – Copper for July delivery fell to $3.283 a pound on the COMEX in New York the morning of May 14, a decrease of $0.0755.
Copper – Copper prices increased May 13 on the London Metal Exchange to $7,390 a tonne, about $15 higher than the previous session.
Copper – Bloomberg reported that copper continued to rise on Monday, boosted by signs of strength gathering in major consumer China's demand. As quoted in the market report:
Copper – Bloomberg reported that copper, although on track for a third weekly gain, retreated on Friday on speculation that Chinese inflation may be on its way up.
Copper – Bloomberg reported that copper advanced on Wednesday, pushed forward by indications that Chinese demand is growing.
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 – Copper delivery for July fell to to $3.2805 a pound on the COMEX in New York on May 7, a decrease of about 0.9 percent, Bloomberg reported.
Copper – Reuters reported that copper reached a three-week high on Tuesday, given momentum by last week's strong U.S. jobs report.