Copper Price Tops $10,000 For First Time In Two Years

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Copper prices rallied above $10,000 per tonne for the first time in two years, propelled by soaring global demand and tight supplies.

The price of copper breaching the key level for the first time since April 2022 to peak at just over $10,028.

The base metal is in the spotlight after mining giant BHP launched a $38.8-billion takeover bid for British rival Anglo American, in an audacious move to create the world’s biggest listed copper producer.

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