Copper Fell During 3-Month Copper Record High Discount For LME Cash

The LME cash copper contract trades at a substantial discount to the three-month contract, suggesting adequate near-term supply. This caused a modest decrease in copper prices yesterday, which ended at 801.4. The market’s excess inventory is highlighted by this discount, which is the biggest since at least 1982. Notwithstanding early optimism sparked by China’s better-than-expected…

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Improving demand from China has boosted Copper Rose

Copper prices rose 0.44% yesterday, finishing at 769.3, boosted by optimistic signs from China, the world’s largest purchaser of metal. This increase signals a potential resurgence in the sector, which has faced hurdles due to low demand in China’s industrial sector. Furthermore, the prospect of reduced supply as Chinese copper smelters consider cooperative output reduction…

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Copper fell due to expectations of easier monetary policy from China

Copper prices fell -0.37% to 757.7 on prospects of looser monetary policy and a stronger dollar, hurting investor sentiment towards the industrial metal. Furthermore, growing stockpiles in LME warehouses, which reached their highest levels since February, put downward pressure on copper prices. The increasing disparity between LME cash copper and the three-month contract, the highest…

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Copper Rises As Expectations Grow for Further Assistive Action From China

In anticipation of more robust market-supporting policies from China, copper prices fell -0.84% Wednesday, closing at 715.95. The People’s Bank of China implemented measures to stimulate economic growth, including lowering the reserve requirement ratio for financial institutions and executing 100 billion yuan in 14-day reverse repos. In an effort to promote economic expansion, these steps…

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