Copper at 4 Week low, Leads Metals Lower on Speculation U.S. Demand May Slow

Bloomberg.com
Copper fell in London to the lowest in four weeks, leading declines in other industrial metals on speculation U.S. demand may be slowing.

Just for a glance, here is 30 day copper pricing.

It was almost $4 in May, $3.65 at the start of September, and it’s 3.39 right now.

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