What Could Stop the Slide in Copper?
Nov. 23 (Bloomberg) –- Copper fell below $4,500 a metric ton for the first time in six years as nickel touched the lowest in more than a decade on concerns that producers aren't doing enough to trim a glut of metal. Bloomberg Intelligence's Ken Hoffman discusses the rout on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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