Copper Hits One-Month Low as Growth Concerns Bite

- November 23rd, 2011

Reuters Africa reported that copper inched down to a one-month low on concerns over copper demand as factory growth in China slowed in November.

Reuters Africa reported that copper inched down to a one-month low on concerns over copper demand as factory growth in China slowed in November.

As quoted in the market news:

Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) ended at $7,240, down from a close of $7,330 a tonne on Tuesday.

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