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- Fund Family N/A
- Assets Under Management 0
- Shares Outstanding, K 3,280
- 60-Month Beta 0.70
- Price/Earnings ttm N/A
- Annual Dividend & Yield 0.00 (0.00%)
- Most Recent Dividend N/A on N/A
- Management Fee N/A
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-0.53 (-2.64%)since 05/08/23
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-0.93 (-4.52%)since 03/08/23
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-2.78 (-12.46%)since 06/08/22
/PRNewswire/ - The supply of copper, essential for a host of industries and crucial to green technology and the global energy transition, is expected to face a...
Copper prices have risen since the pandemic lows, but what can we expect for the remainder of 2023? In this article, we'll take a closer look at the current state of the copper market, examine the factors...
Copper prices continue to make lower lows after reaching a record $5.01 per pound high in March 2022. The copper market’s technical trend remains bearish, but fundamentals do not support the red metal’s...
Many market participants remain bullish on the prospects for copper prices as Goldman Sachs and other analysts continue to call the red industrial metal the new crude oil. Copper is a critical input in...
Gold and silver appear to absorb massive tax refund dollars while creating higher prices. In comparison, these metals shine due to the outlook for a possible Federal Reserve Board (Fed) pivot in interest...
Traders trade copper for potential capital appreciation, but due to its uncanny accuracy in predicting economic turns, some feel that copper has a Ph.D. in economics, earning its nickname Dr. Copper. Has...
Copper ETFs are likely to surge on supply crunch and global push for clean energy.
Copper reached a record $5.01 per pound high in 2022 before plunging to just over $3. The red nonferrous metal finished 2022 with a 14.63% decline. In early 2023, the leading base metal has charged out...
Copper surged past $$9,000 per metric ton for the first time since June 2022 fueled by hopes of a rebound in demand from China and weakness in U.S. dollar.
Some of Wall Street's biggest banks in recent weeks have suggested a combination of short-term supply tightness and a global push for green investments will act as tailwinds for copper, as quoted on CNBC....
|3rd Resistance Point||19.56|
|2nd Resistance Point||19.56|
|1st Resistance Point||19.56|
|1st Support Level||19.56|
|2nd Support Level||19.56|
|3rd Support Level||19.56|