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Copper bulls in charge with Scotch mist in the pipeline

The copper price rose above US4/lb earlier this month for the first time in nine years as fears of future supply tightness combined with expectations of an infrastructure-fuelled global recovery.

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Copper cathodes in Chile

The steady price rise seen since March 2020 has played out against a prevailing backdrop of depleting copper deposits, falling grades and a chronic lack of exploration investment since the heady days