FT via Yahoo
Copper prices broke through the $3,500 a tonne level for the first time ever in nominal terms on Thursday as copper inventories hovered around long-term low levels. The price was also pushed higher on recent US data that suggests that demand for metals may be stronger than expected.
Search this Blog
- Ottawa’s manufacturing fund a mirage
- High school co-op student dies at work placement
- U.S. Steel Canada files for creditor protection
- Canada manufacturing growth index at 4-month low in December – Yahoo Finance Canada
- 2 Ontario firms allege Chinese steel sinks violate trade rules, probes launched – Yahoo! Canada Finance