Copper prices – traditionally a barometer of the global economy – are set to soar next year

Copper cathode sheets are pictured at BHP Billiton’s Escondida, the world’s largest copper mine, in Antofagasta, northern Chile, March 31, 2008. Ivan Alvarado | Reuters Copper – traditionally seen as a leading indicator of economic health – unsurprisingly had a tough year. But analysts expect a resurgence in 2023, although the global outlook remains highly …

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