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By Marc Jones, Reuters | August 3, 2015
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 Laura Clarke, Bloomberg | October 2, 2014
Copper fell as economists projected lower factory orders in the U.S., the second-biggest consumer of the metal, and the dollar remained near the highest level in more than four years.
By Maria Kolesnikova, Bloomberg | March 15, 2013
Copper analysts are getting less bullish for the first time in three weeks after China, the biggest consumer, said it was on “high alert” over inflation and intensified a campaign to control its property market.
By Jon Nadler | July 13, 2012
The yellow metal is poised to record another weekly loss in value despite this morning’s advance. The SPDR Gold Trust has witnessed an outflow of almost ten tonnes of bullion thus far this month.
By Nicholas Larkin, Bloomberg | April 19, 2012
Copper traders are bullish for the first time in six weeks on mounting confidence that demand will accelerate in line with economies.
By Maria Kolesnikova and Nicholas Larkin, Bloomberg | March 30, 2012
Copper traders are the most bearish in two months after stockpiles tracked by the biggest metals bourse rose for the first time in five weeks and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. cut its recommendation.
By Jon Nadler | June 8, 2011
Daily metals update including analysis of gold and silver