Copper higher than $4 for the the first time in almost 10 years

Copper broke the barrier of $4 a pound for the first time in nearly 10 years. The metal began the week with a rise of almost 3% on the London Metal Exchange, reaching $4.1129 a pound, its highest since 1 September 2011. Analysts project that copper will continue to break records, and could even exceed it’s highest record of $4.6031 per pound recorded on 14 February 2011.

Source: Emol