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Seeing red

14 January 2015 By Edward Hadas

The sharp drop in the price of the red metal may have more to do with traders’ positions than a sudden decline in underlying demand. Still, supply constrained copper is a bellwether for the global economy and for share prices. The readings on both are grim.

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