Copper Inched Down on Stronger Dollar, Eurozone Fears

- December 13th, 2011

Reuters reported that copper inched down after dollar strengthened and investors remained skeptical of Eurozone’s debt crisis.

Reuters reported that copper inched down after dollar strengthened and investors remained skeptical of Eurozone’s debt crisis.

As quoted in the market news:

Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange closed at $7,600 a tonne, compared with a close of $7,606 on Monday, when prices had fallen to a near two-week low during the session at $7,565.50.

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