Weakening base metals equals weaker miners

WITH copper futures at about US$9500/t, nickel at $17,450/t and zinc below $3000/t, interest in associated equities was more or less non-existent. One of the better performers New Century can thank its announcement yesterday pertaining to the hedging of a decent whack of zinc production over the next three years for keeping the sellers at bay.

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