London March 27th, novel coronavirus pneumonia (LME) copper stabilized on Friday for nearly four years,
due to stoppage and disruption of supply and transportation disrupted by the stoppage of the mine,
and began to offset the huge impact of the new crown pneumonia epidemic on demand.
At 17:00 on March 27, London time and 01:00 on March 28, Beijing time, LME three-month copper
fell 0.3% to US $4790.5 per ton, basically flat this week.
Last week, copper fell 11%, its biggest weekly decline since 2011, to $4371, its lowest level since January 2016.
Post time: Mar-27-2020