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METALS-Copper marches towards 7-year high as vaccine hopes lift sentiment

26 Nov 2020

Nov 26 London copper prices hit near seven-year high on Thursday, fuelled by hopes that progress in developing COVID-19 vaccines would spur a swift global economic revival.

RPT-China's new copper futures add another card to global yuan deck

18 Nov 2020

Nov 17 China will roll out a new copper futures contract this week that will be open to foreign traders, in a push to boost yuan adoption and wrest some pricing power away from the established industry benchmark in London.

China's new copper futures add another card to global yuan deck

17 Nov 2020

Nov 17 China will roll out a new copper futures contract this week that will be open to foreign traders, in a push to boost yuan adoption and wrest some pricing power away from the established industry benchmark in London.

METALS-London copper hovers near 2-1/2-year high on vaccine, stimulus hopes

11 Nov 2020

Nov 11 London copper prices climbed towards their highest level in 29 months on Wednesday, as hopes for a coronavirus vaccine lifted expectations of a swift reopening of the global economy, while prospects of further stimulus also lent support.

METALS-Copper eases as virus worries outweigh vaccine hopes

10 Nov 2020

Nov 10 Prices of copper, often used as a gauge of global economic health, dipped on Tuesday as concerns about economic recovery due to a resurgence in COVID-19 cases outweighed optimism over positive trial results in the development of a vaccine.

METALS-LME copper lingers around $7,000 as Biden's win weakens dollar

09 Nov 2020

Nov 9 Copper prices advanced on Monday, with the London contract hovering around the key level of $7,000 a tonne, as Democrat Joe Biden's victory in the U.S. presidential election dented the U.S. dollar.

China's Australian copper ban seen hurting smelters in TC/RCs talks

06 Nov 2020

MELBOURNE, Nov 6 An unofficial Chinese ban on Australian copper concentrate imports could hurt Chinese smelters in their negotiations with miners on benchmark treatment charges for 2021, traders and analysts said.

METALS-Copper dips in thin trade as U.S. election buzz fades

05 Nov 2020

Nov 5 Copper prices in London edged lower on Thursday in thin trade, as volatility sparked by the U.S. presidential election tapered off, with Democrat Joe Biden predicting victory over President Donald Trump after winning two critical U.S. states.

METALS-Industrial metals dip as dollar gains on tight race in early U.S. poll results

04 Nov 2020

Nov 4 Industrial metals declined on Wednesday as a stronger U.S. dollar made greenback-priced metals more expensive for buyers holding other currencies, but prices were supported by hopes for further U.S. stimulus.

METALS-Industrial metals advance as factory data boosts sentiment

03 Nov 2020

Nov 3 Prices of industrial metals edged higher on Tuesday, as robust factory data from the world's biggest economies boosted sentiment, though trading volume was thin in the hours ahead of the U.S. presidential election.

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