Copper prices stayed near three-week highs on Wednesday on hopes that renewed talks between China and the United States will defuse a trade dispute that investors fear will damage economic growth and metals demand.
Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) pulled back slightly but kept most of the previous session’s gains. It ended 0.5% lower at $5,918 a tonne after adding 1.8% on Tuesday.
Metal Tiger Plc (LON:MTR) is a London Stock Exchange AIM-listed investing company primarily focused on undervalued natural resource opportunities. In Botswana, Metal Tiger, through its JV with MOD and its interest in Kalahari Metals Limited, has a growing interest in the large and highly prospective Kalahari copper/silver belt.