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Base metals prices fell against a stronger dollar in official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Friday January 23, after the European Central Bank announced its quantitative easing policy.
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London Metal Exchange copper slumped on Friday January 23 on the back of dollar strength after the European Central Bank (ECB) unveiled its latest stimulus plan.
Base metals prices drifted downwards in kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday January 22, with copper falling back below $5,700 per tonne.
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