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Not the copper bottom

4 January 2007 By Edward Hadas

At $5880 a tonne, the red metal remains hugely profitable for miners. The marginal cost of production is more like $3300. Further falls are possible, if novice metals investors lose heart. But it is much too early to call an end to the era of high asset prices.

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