Copper prices fell to the lowest level seen in well over a year this week as continuing surplus conditions were further weakened by lower expectations for global industrial growth and a sell-off in commodities led by gold. Copper for April delivery, the front-month contract, settled at $3.1880 a pound Wednesday on the New York Mercantile Exchange’s Comex. This was the lowest close since Oct. 20, 2011, when prices settled at $3.0575 a pound. This is not yet in bear m
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