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Three month copper contract on LME dropped for the third day, shedding as much as 1% to touch $9,585.25 a metric ton

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011

The radiation fears in Japan is weighing on the sentiments and growth story there and with Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union losing elections, Euro too shed value.
Aluminum on LME tumbled 0.4 % to $2,630.75 a ton while zinc registered a loss of 0.5% to $2,364.75 a ton.
Lead was down 0.9% to $2,646 a ton and nickel shed 0.9% to reach $26,800 a ton. Tin dropped 0.5% to $31,650 a ton.
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