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Copper 'Most Attractive' of Base Metals, Bradford Research Says
Dec 9,2011 09:37CST
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Copper is the "most attractive" of the major base metals, partly because it's difficult to expand production capacity, said Charles Bradford, the president of Bradford Research.

Dec.9 (Bloomberg) --Copper is the "most attractive" of the major base metals, partly because it's difficult to expand production capacity, said Charles Bradford, the president of Bradford Research.

Bradford, speaking at the Inside Commodities conference today in New York, said he favors Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. based on the outlook for copper.
 

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