Shanghai copper ends Q1 5.7% lower amid concerns for Chinese and European economies

Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices fell on Friday March 29, ending down 5.7% in the first quarter of 2013 amid heightened concerns for Chinese and European economies.

The most-traded July copper contract settled at 55,030 yuan ($8,761) per tonne, shedding 480 yuan from the previous settle. The contract closed at 54,830 yuan per tonne, down from its...

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Metal LX

March 29, 2013

07:55 GMT

Shanghai