Copper Prices CMCU3 Have Extended Their Sharp Recovery

Copper prices CMCU3 have extended their sharp recovery last week from the March lockdown lows of $4,371 to $7,973.5 a tonne, the highest since February 2013, buoyed by China’s solid demand and hefty investments by speculators amid monetary policy easing. views the current prices do not reflect fundamentals and the rally has been overdone.


MCX Copper (Oct) Weaker Below ₹455, Any Rise Fresh Selling; Down Side Support ₹430

BASE METAL TIPS – MCX Copper settled down 0.11% at 440.85 as China’s factory activity is expected to have contracted for a fifth straight month in September. Pressure also seen after the release of a whistleblower complaint against U.S. President Donald Trump added to uncertainties about the global economy, already reeling from the China-U.S. trade war.