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[Cu] SMM Summary - 2009/7/29 Spot Copper Market

SMM Insight 01:16:23PM Dec 07, 2009 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, July 29 (SMM) -- East China, traded prices for spot copper were in the RMB 43,500-44,100/mt range in Shanghai region today. Copper prices plunged in the afternoon, depressing downstream purchasing interest, and leading to lackluster trading activity. Traded prices for spot copper were in the RMB 43,800-44,100/mt range in Shandong region. Copper prices slumped in the afternoon, leading to weak transactions.

    South China, traded prices were in the RMB 43,500-43,600/mt range for spot copper. Copper prices were lower than other regions due to ample market supply and increased scrap copper supply. Copper prices plunged today, and most downstream consumers stood on sidelines, leading to slim transactions.

    North China, traded prices were RMB 43,500-44,200/mt for spot copper. Copper prices plunged in the afternoon, stimulating a portion of downstream producers to purchase, but traders were reluctant to sell goods. Traded price range has expanded today.

 

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[Cu] SMM Summary - 2009/7/29 Spot Copper Market

SMM Insight 01:16:23PM Dec 07, 2009 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, July 29 (SMM) -- East China, traded prices for spot copper were in the RMB 43,500-44,100/mt range in Shanghai region today. Copper prices plunged in the afternoon, depressing downstream purchasing interest, and leading to lackluster trading activity. Traded prices for spot copper were in the RMB 43,800-44,100/mt range in Shandong region. Copper prices slumped in the afternoon, leading to weak transactions.

    South China, traded prices were in the RMB 43,500-43,600/mt range for spot copper. Copper prices were lower than other regions due to ample market supply and increased scrap copper supply. Copper prices plunged today, and most downstream consumers stood on sidelines, leading to slim transactions.

    North China, traded prices were RMB 43,500-44,200/mt for spot copper. Copper prices plunged in the afternoon, stimulating a portion of downstream producers to purchase, but traders were reluctant to sell goods. Traded price range has expanded today.

 

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None of this material may be used for any commercial or public use in any form or means, without the prior written consent of CBI China. For reproduction issue, please contact us by email: metalresearch@cbichina.com or tel:86-21-51550040