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Copper Drops From Five-Month High as Dollar Strengthens; Zinc Declines
Sep 25,2010 10:31CST
Sep 24 (Bloomberg)--
Copper for three-month delivery dropped 0.5 percent to $7,849 a metric ton, declining from a five-month high of $7,909 a ton set yesterday on the London Metal Exchange. Zinc fell 0.7 percent to $2,235 a ton.
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