Copper Advances as China Imports the Most Metal in 18 Months

Copper Advances as China Imports the Most Metal in 18 Months By Agnieszka Troszkiewicz – Oct 14, 2013 Copper rose for a third session in New York after imports of the metal into China reached the highest level in 18 months, signaling continued demand in the world’s biggest consumer. Shipments of unwrought copper and products climbed 18 percent to 457,850

Copper Rises Before Report Predicted to Show Better U.S. Growth

  Copper Rises Before Report Predicted to Show Better U.S. Growth By Agnieszka Troszkiewicz – Apr 25, 2013 Copper rose for a second day in London before a report predicted to show economic growth sped up in the U.S., the world’s second-biggest consumer of the metal. Tomorrow’s initial estimate for first-quarter gross domestic product will show annual growth

Commodities From Oil to Copper Slump on Cyprus Concerns

By Sungwoo Park and Chanyaporn Chanjaroen – Mar 18, 2013 Commodities fell by the most in two weeks as outrage in Cyprus rekindled concern that Europe’s debt crisis may deepen, hurting demand prospects for raw materials from oil to copper. Gold rose. The Standard & Poor’s GSCI Spot Index of 24 raw materials fell as much as 1.2 percent,

Copper Declines as Commodities Slump With Crude-Oil Prices

Copper Declines as Commodities Slump With Crude-Oil Prices By Joe Richter – Feb 13, 2013 Copper futures fell for the second time in three days as crude-oil prices slipped, dragging commodities lower. Oil prices dropped as much as 0.9 percent after a U.S. government report showed crude output jumped to the highest in 20 years. Through yesterday, the

Commodities Set for Longest Run of Weekly Gains Since ’96

Commodities Set for Longest Run of Weekly Gains Since ’96 By Joe Richter – Feb 1, 2013 Commodities headed for the longest run of weekly gains in 17 years on mounting speculation that the economies in the U.S. and China will rebound, boosting demand for metals, energy and crops. The Standard & Poor’s GSCI Spot Index of 24 raw materials rose 0.6

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