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Copper Dips Marginally Amidst Subdued Demand
Posted on 9th April 2018 by Hanish Kumar Sinha,AVP & Head, Research & Development, NBHC

Over the last quarter the copper prices have dipped by about 9 per cent on news of slackening demand from China, though the long term base fundaments still strongly favours the bulls.Strong global economic growth is driving demand for the red metal. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development raised its global growth forecast for 2018 and 2019 to 3.9 per cent from a previous estimate of 3.6 per cent. Read More...

Copper to Gain More Positive Tractions in 2018
Posted on 5th January 2018 by Hanish Kumar Sinha, Head - Research & Development, NBHC

The year 2017 has been quite outstanding for copper and other base metals. In the year 2017, copper demand, especially from China, turned out to be better than expected. China’s housing market proved resilient, while global economic growth also strengthened over the year. Read More...

Copper Going through Extended Consolidation
Posted on 6th December 2017 by Hanish Kumar Sinha, Head - Research & Development, NBHC

Copper market has been consolidating in the broad range on the lower side from the highs. After surging in response to strong Chinese economic data earlier this year, some investors now worry that a slowdown in China - which accounts for ~50 per cent of the world’s copper consumption - could weigh on prices moving forward, and has prompted some short term investors to take chips of the cliff.Read More...

Copper Market Shows Signs of Upsurge amidst Chinese Support
Posted on 7th August 2017 by Hanish Kumar Sinha, Head - Research & Development, NBHC

After months of stagnation the market has shown marginal signs of improvement amidst support from global supply squeeze, Chinese demand and weakening Dollar. Read More...

Investor Keenly Awaits Improvement in Chinese Demand
Posted on 14th July 2017 by Hanish Kumar Sinha, Head - Research & Development, NBHC

The dwindling feature of copper trade continues to linger on amidst lack of concrete demand and unstable global economic developments. The base support for the improvement in the prices is coming from the supply side which is being curtailed by mine strikes and significant production cuts. Read More...

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