1. Bloomberg “Copper Heads for 2nd Weekly Drop as China’s Imports Fall” August 8, 2014
Copper headed for a second weekly decline after
imports by China, the biggest user of the metal, fell to the lowest since April 2013.
2. Bloomberg “Copper Has Longest Rally in Six Months on U.S. Economy” June
Copper prices posted the longest rally in six months
on signs of economic gains in the U.S., the world’s second-biggest metal user. Zinc rose to a 16-month high.
3. Bloomberg.com "Copper Climbs as Chinese Manufacturing Adds to Growth Signals" December 31, 2012
Copper rose in London, closing in on an
annual climb, after the strongest gain in 19 months in Chinese manufacturing added to signs of improving growth in the world’s
largest consumer of the metal.
4. Bloomberg.com "Copper Sags as U.S. Industrial Output, Fiscal Cliff Dim Outlook"
November 16, 2012
Copper fell for the second time in three days as U.S. industrial production unexpectedly contracted and on concern
that lawmakers may be unable to avoid a so-called fiscal cliff of spending cuts and tax increases.
5. Bloomberg.com "Copper Falls Most
in Seven Weeks on China, Japan Reports" September 20, 2012
Copper futures for December delivery
dropped 1.4 percent to settle at $3.759 a pound at 1:15 p.m. on the Comex in New York, the biggest decline for a most-active
contract since Aug. 2. The metal jumped 11 percent in the two weeks ended Sept. 14 as central banks expanded economic stimulus.
“Copper Advances On China Policy Speculation: Lme Preview” July 11, 2012
rose in London on speculation the government in China, the biggest consumer of the metal, will boost investments to bolster
“Copper Gains on U.S. Homes Sales: Commodities at Close” April 24, 2012
Copper rose for the second time in three sessions as reports showed the housing market is mending
in the U.S., the world’s top metals consumer after China.
8. Bloomberg.com "Copper Futures Surge
Most in Two Months: Commodities at Close" February 3, 2012
Copper surged the most in
two months after U.S. payrolls rose more than forecast and the jobless rate unexpectedly dropped to a three-year low, bolstering
prospects for the economy and metal demand.
9. Bloomberg.com "Copper Futures Rise to 10-Week High: Commodities at Close" January 12, 2012
Copper for March delivery rose 2.9 percent
to settle at $3.649 a pound at 1:25 p.m. on the Comex in New York, the biggest gain for a most-active contract since Nov.
30. Earlier, the metal reached $3.671, the highest since Oct. 31.