- Copper is one of the most widely used metals in the world, used in many forms during the course of human development
- Today it is primarily used in construction, electronics, machinery and consumer goods
- In recent times the global copper price has become increasingly volatile, partly due to demand substitution and slowing growth in China
- Copper mining companies are under mounting pressure to reduce operating costs and exploit new sources of supply
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Copper has recovered from its mid-September lows, supported by a weaker dollar and a reduction in the speculative net short position.
Prices will remain ‘lower for longer’ as stocks remain high. Additional output is still needed from 2021 to prevent a supply gap long term.
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