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"The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre"

The copper price is “fluttering” around the US$5,500 a tonne mark this week as slowing demand from China and supply issues are factored into the market.

"The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre" "The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre" "The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre" "The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre" "The pace at which it had grown … based on the prospect of US infrastructure spending, seemed bizarre"

Glencore’s Altonorte copper smelter in Chile

Lacklustre manufacturing data out of China and a supply glut flowing into London Metal Exchange-approved warehouses last week led to a slide, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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