In the shadow of the energy crisis, the price of metals, economic markers, fall

While everyone’s eyes are glued to the strong inflationary trend that is pushing prices up, the price of copper is recording a drop that does not go unnoticed. It fell below 8000 dollars per ton, more precisely to 7959 dollars, on Friday. At the start of the year, the red metal was trading at a record high of $10,600 a ton due to supply disruptions and booming demand.

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