This week the copper suffered five consecutive rises, and yesterday achieved its best price in the last four months, at the London Metal Exchange.
According to Emol, on Thursday, the copper was quoted in US$2.19 per pound, proving its great moment.
On February 29th, the red metal closed scoring 2.13 US dollars, and since then has been recovering, and is almost reaching to US$2.2 per pound.
This rising on copper prices is occurring thanks to the incentive measures that China has driven on the market.
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