Strengthening dollar curbs copper rebound
Friday, 10 January 2020
LONDON — Copper was close to a 1% weekly gain on Friday as fears of conflict in the Middle East diminished and exchange inventories continued to dwindle, though prices were kept in check by a stronger dollar. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) went untraded in official rings, but was bid at $6,179 a tonne, flat on the day and up 0.8% this week. It had dropped 1.4% the previous week after a U.S. air strike killed an Iranian commander...
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