June 14, 2018
Copper rallied sharply from $3.01 on May 30 to highs of $3.3155 on June 7, just 0.65 cents off its level of critical resistance. While a potential labor dispute at the world’s largest copper mine is causing buying in the red metal, there are other factors that are supporting the price of the industrial metal that is a barometer for economic growth around the world.
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