Barclays Capital metals analyst Galye Berry

Barclays Capital metals analyst Galye Berry

Barclays Capital via Bloomberg

"We are looking at a copper market globally that is going to really struggle to keep up with the demand needs, and, in particular, the demand needs of China, says Berry. She forecasts a record average annual price for copper of $8,038 a metric ton next year and $8,500 a metric ton in 2012.