Copper closed this Wednesday with a devaluation of 0.9 percentage points, according to the London Metal Exchange.
This result adds up to yesterday’s devaluation, and as a consequence, the red metal was valued at US$2.238 per pound, according to Emol.
Despite of the bad streak, copper has registered, during this month, an important increase of its price, especially if we compare with january’s results, when its price dropped below 2 dollars per pound.
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