Codelco Sees New China Stimulus Boosting Copper Use

Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer, forecast a recovery in demand for commodities on likely stimulus measures in China. “We expect to see healthier growth rates as we enter the new year,” Chief Executive Officer Thomas Keller said in an interview in London with Olivia Sterns. China’s new leadership will “provide important stimulus for the economy and for the mining industry at large, and copper in particular,” he said.
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33:17 - With Australia's cash rate at a record low two percent, there are warnings it could further fuel Sydney's red-hot property market. However, it's a very different story on the other side of the country, as the end of the long mining boom drags house prices down. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports from Perth. (Source: Bloomberg)
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