Readjusted course until today at 15/2/18 has undergone copper, with the price not exceeding 7,200 dollars per tonne. Specifically in the daily sessions of the days that passed the red gold closes with a drop in relation to the prices of January. This fall is imprinted with 2%.
In the period from 12 to 14 February the index suffered a large fall where it subceded 410 dollars per tonne. The positive thing is that it quickly recovereded and so there were no major losses in the market.
This recovery created a relief from market pressure and is likely to stabilize even at those levels that it is today. However, in a statement by analyst Andy Farida, he focused on short-term trade conditions that they remain unstable, while the climate remains fragile.