It was supposed to be a difficult year for copper, with prices declining 25% to a low of US$4618/tonne ($6332.46) on March 23 due to weak demand from Covid-19. Yet June and July have seen an unexpectedly strong rebound in copper prices, with the commodity experiencing a 42% growth to US$6,545/tonne on July 13.

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