According to reports, copper has been sagging due to ongoing supply disruptions. Gold and silver meanwhile, have exploded faster overnight.
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By Bloomberg News
(Bloomberg) — Dr. Copper’s comeback is only just beginning. The metal often used as a barometer of global economic health will probably rally toward $7,000 a metric ton this year and surge past $8,000 before the end of the decade as demand tops supply, according to Citigroup Inc.
Citigroup Sees Copper Topping $8,000 as Deficits Will Endure.
“As the global economy departs from several years of stagnation, so too does the outlook for copper,”…
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