Copper slips as China COVID worries dull demand outlook

Copper, used in power and construction and often seen as a gauge for the global economic health, hit its lowest level since November 2020 last week.The most-traded August copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange ended daytime trading 2% lower at 58,480 yuan ($8,711.84) a tonne.

Copper slips as China COVID worries dull demand outlook
Copper, used in power and construction and often seen as a gauge for the global economic health, hit its lowest level since November 2020 last week.The most-traded August copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange ended daytime trading 2% lower at 58,480 yuan ($8,711.84) a tonne.