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Red gets ahead

9 February 2011 By John Foley

The red metal has busted through $10,000 a tonne, partly because of its links to Chinese growth. Demand outstrips supply, so the market is tight. But financial participants have clouded the picture. When they lose interest, or if China proves fickle, copper prices could tumble.

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