Strike Workers this week in Grasberg (Australia) – the world's second largest copper
mine by capacity – Reduction of mining projects in Chile, and Chinese inventories that fell for the first time in two months, a signal that demand in the top metals consumer is slowly recovering after a holiday. Have made that Copper
prices jumped to a two-month high on Friday. However, the ultimate recovery depends largely on clear signals about growth of demand in the major industrialized economies starting with China.
down as workers halt production at Grasberg http://bit.ly/1bjLUUi
prices surge on Fed’s dovish statement http://on.wsj.com/1B7KIs8