Copper Snaps Losing Streak as Mine Disruption Eases Glut ConcernBy and
Codelco’s Chuquicamata stops mining after two workers die
Zinc in Shanghai advanced to the highest level in five years
Copper rose for the first time in eight days after a mine in Chile was halted and a potential strike at another operation raised the prospect of supply disruptions at the biggest copper-producing nation.
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