Red metal catches fire

AT MORE than US$9000 per tonne, copper is now back at levels last seen in 2011 as a red-hot market for the red metal saw strong buying of associated stocks. Leader Coda had exploration news from South Australia, while second place getter Eagle Mountain is on the fund raising trail.

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