LME OFFICIALS: Copper gives up gains

Copper prices fell back on the London Metal Exchange on Tuesday March 31, after gaining in a weak market in Monday’s trade.

Three-month copper settled at $6,020/021 per tonne in the official session, from its opening price of $6,104.50. The red metal reached a high of $6,118 per tonne before falling to a low of $6,007. Prices fell despite bullish supply data in the market. “The supply situation is extremely tight, at least for copper and zinc, which...


Jethro Wookey

March 31, 2015

15:45 GMT