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Copper Little Changed at $9,136 a Ton After Slumping on Weak China Orders
Sep 2,2011 09:56CST
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Copper in London traded little changed at $9,136 a metric ton after declining yesterday for the first time in seven days.

Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) –Copper in London traded little changed at $9,136 a metric ton after declining yesterday for the first time in seven days after export orders slid in China, the world’s biggest consumer of the metal.

 

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