Friday, January 18, 2019
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Copper Set for Second Straight Monthly Gain on Supply

Copper rose in New York, heading for a second monthly advance, amid indications that supply of the metal is constrained.

Copper Snaps 5-Day Drop as Investors Await Fed’s Decision

Copper rose in New York, rebounding from the longest losing streak in more than a year, before the outcome of a Federal Reserve policy meeting at which officials may curb U.S. economic stimulus for a second month.

Copper Falls Most in a Week as U.S. Fiscal Standoff Continues

Copper futures fell in New York for the first time in a week as U.S. politicians continued to seek a solution to a fiscal standoff that will see the government lose its borrowing authority tomorrow without an agreement.

Copper Falls Most in Two Weeks as China Services Measure Slumps

Copper fell the most in two weeks in New York after a gauge of Chinese service industries reached a four-month low, fanning concern about the demand outlook in the biggest global consumer of the metal.

Copper Falls on Concern U.S. Economy Will Spur Reduced Stimulus

Copper fell in London amid concern U.S. economic data will encourage the Federal Reserve to slow stimulus in the world's second-biggest consumer of the metal.

Copper Reaches Six-Week High as Premium Signals Limited Supply

Copper reached a six-week high in New York as the widest premium in 18 months for metal for immediate delivery indicated supplies are limited.

copper drops from two-week high on clouded prospects for demand

copper fell from a two-week high in london on concern the chinese and german economies are slowing at the same time the u.s. may curb stimulus, clouding the outlook for demand in the three biggest consumers of the metal.

Copper Rises Before Report Seen Showing Chinese Factory Growth

Copper rose in New York, narrowing the biggest monthly drop since June, before a report projected to show manufacturing is still expanding in China, the world's biggest consumer of the metal.

copper falls as imf cuts forecasts for economic growth in china

copper fell in new york after the international monetary fund cut forecasts for economic growth in china, the world’s largest consumer of the metal, while some production may restart at the second-biggest mine.


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  • Commercials
  • Existing Home Sales
  • Global economy and equity markets
  • Chinese Stockpiles and Demand
  • Warehouse Stocks and London Metal Exchange
  • Warehouse Stocks and COMEX
  • Chilean and Peruvian Production
  • The international Copper study group forecast
  • Copper Con-central Production
  • Large hedge fund positions
  • Energy Prices
  • Dollar value
  • CPI
  • Inflation Rates
  • US Dollar exchange rates
  • Money Supply Growth
  • FED Monetary Policy and Yield Curve
  • Confidence in government, monetary authority and financial establishments
  • Countries stockpiling against inflation
  • US Trade Deficits

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