Copper – Copper prices rose for the fourth consecutive day, reaching a one-month high due to strong demand from China - the world's top consumer of the industrial metal.
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Copper – Copper prices climbed to their highest level in a month
Copper – Three-month copper prices on the London metal Exchange hit a month-high of $7,145 a tonne in London before settling back down to $7,130.
Copper – Positive data from the U.S. gave copper a much needed push.
Copper – Like gold and silver prices today, copper took a dive due to investor fears surrounding the future of the U.S. Federal Reserve's stimulus tapering.
Copper – Investors remain concerned over growing copper supplies, which weighed on prices for the industrial metal today, as did the improved manufacturing data from the world's top copper consumer China.
Copper – Copper makes slow gains ahead of U.S. economic data.
Copper – Copper prices were down in London Nov. 26, with three-month copper falling $21.94 to $7,077.25 a tonne on the London Metal Exchange, Reuters reported.
Copper – Copper prices in London fell due to a rising dollar and fears over rising supplies of the industrial metal.
Copper – Copper prices rebounded from an intraday low of $6,910 per tonne.