Copper, Nickel and other metals collapse.

Copper, Nickel and other metals collapse.

Copper, Nickel and other metals collapse Commodities market collapse on concerns from Federal Reserve’s Chairman announcements and China’s cash flow hitting a critical point. Nickel closed today in London’s LME at $13,700.00 per metric ton, the lowest point since 2009. Copper on the other hand closed at $6,770.00 per metric ton, a substantial drop from

Copper Advances in London on Demand Outlook: LME Preview

By Maria Kolesnikova – Mar 26, 2012 Copper climbed for a second day on speculation demand from China and the U.S., the world’s biggest consumers of industrial metals, remains robust, and after hedge funds boosted bets on a rally to the highest since August. Metal Prices: – Copper rose 0.3 percent to $8,400 a metric ton by 7:39 a.m.

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