Copper Plunges as Rising Inventories Signal Waning Metal Demand
By Millie Munshi

Aug. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Copper plunged to a six-month low as rising inventories on the London Metal Exchange and a slowing global economy signaled weaker demand for the metal.
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