London — Copper prices fell on Friday, heading for their first annual drop since 2018 due to worries about demand created by surging COVID cases in top consumer China, a global growth slowdown and rising inventories. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME)was down 0.5% at $8,375 a tonne at 1702 GMT…
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