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By Eric Onstad, Reuters | February 4, 2016
By Maytaal Angel, Reuters | April 21, 2015
Copper steadied on Tuesday as investors weighed the positive impact of a cut in China's bank reserve requirements against signs of disappointing Chinese demand in what should be a strong quarter.
By Eric Onstad, Reuters | April 3, 2015
By Karen Roche | February 10, 2015
With Valentine's Day on the horizon, Bob Moriarty explains companies that will hold up financially despite plummeting commodities and geopolitical strife.
By Laura Clarke, Bloomberg | October 15, 2014
Commodities dropped to a five-year low as copper and zinc slumped amid concern that demand is slowing in China, the world’s biggest consumer.
By Lauren Schmidt | October 9, 2014
Top 10 exchange traded products by assets under management.
By Agnieszka Troszkiewicz, Bloomberg | March 15, 2013
Industrial metals headed for a second weekly advance in London on signs of a reviving economy in the U.S., the second-biggest consumer of copper and aluminum.
By Phil Burgert | May 1, 2012
Sideways action that has been a feature of both base and precious metals markets for much of the past year is expected to continue in future months, although some upturn could come late in the year.
By Christine Birkner | October 1, 2010
Copper prices bottomed in June because of a de-stocking cycle in China when inventories were cut