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Copper Selloff Leads Prices to 2009 Levels

Copper prices fell 5% yesterday, as growth concerns caused widespread losses and reversal in stock market’s early gains.  However, in early morning trading, during the Asian trading hours, copper is once again getting slammed.  After starting the day at roughly $2.60/ounce, copper fell to just above the $2.40/ounce level, a massive move.  However, copper has been able to recover some . . .

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