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Commodities Corner: Why copper’s drop from all-time highs may not mark the end of its run up in prices


Copper prices have dropped from a record high last month following efforts by China to stem the rally in commodities. But supply constraints and growing demand suggest that the industrial metal’s run-up isn’t over yet.

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