Copper Rebounds to $6,712 a Tonne

Copper WireBucking recent trends, copper experienced a price rebound on Wednesday, rising from three-and-a-half-month lows.

However, the news source was quick to point out that copper still remains vulnerable to market trends affecting other metals, including the strong U.S. dollar and concerns surrounding demand from China. Meanwhile, copper on New York’s Comex for December delivery stayed relatively flat at $3.01 per pound, according to MarketWatch.

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