Copper prices fell on Wednesday, pressured by a stronger U.S. dollar and easing worries about supply as the possibility of a strike at Chile’s Escondida mine looked less likely. The dollar was poised just below this year’s high against the euro and struck a five-week peak against the yen ahead of U.S. inflation data, with […]
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