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Copper heads for biggest quarterly plunge since 2011

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Copper prices fell on Thursday and marked their biggest quarterly slump since 2011 as COVID lockdowns in China and slowing economic growth curtailed demand.
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Copper heads for biggest quarterly plunge since 2011

Copper prices fell on Thursday and marked their biggest quarterly slump since 2011 as COVID lockdowns in China and slowing economic growth curtailed demand.

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Copper heads for its biggest quarterly plunge since 2011

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