REVIEW OF 2014: Copper shorts triumphant thanks to two black days

With 2014 drawing to a close, copper prices are on course to post annual losses of more than $1,000 against their starting level of $7,400 per tonne, marking the worst yearly performance since 2010.

By most analysts’ accounts, there were plenty of fundamental reasons to be bearish on copper at the start of 2014, and anyone who opened shorts on their advice will have...

Published

Mark Burton

December 19, 2014

14:10 GMT

London