Dr. Copper Is Giving A Really Grim Diagnosis

If the metal with a PhD in economics is telling us something, you don’t want to hear it.

This latest move is ugly. Of course, the 10% crash in China has a lot to do with it, and you might even argue that it’s not forecasting anything original, especially since The Shanghai composite has been described as a leading indicator, as well.


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