Copper Moves up on Weaker Dollar, Italy Austerity Vote

- November 11th, 2011

Reuters reported that copper surged almost 2 percent bolstered by a weaker dollar and better political situation in Italy.

Reuters reported that copper surged almost 2 percent bolstered by a weaker dollar and better political situation in Italy.

As quoted in the market news:

Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) closed at $7,639 a tonne, about 2 percent up from a last bid at $7,475 on Thursday.

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