Gold and copper little changed as market awaits US election result


Some surprise on lack of gold price action

UBS bullish long-term copper

Copper should benefit from renewables pushNew York — As the world awaits the results of the US presidential campaign there were no clear winners on the metals front either, with copper under a little pressure and gold steady.Not registered?Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The winner of the White House, and control of the US Senate, remained unknown early Nov. 4 as mail-in ballots continued to be counted, but implications for energy and commodity markets unfolded in local and state races across the country.US equity futures were whipsawing around ahead of the open, as the market waited on a count that could still takes days to be completed, with the final result potentially subject to legal challenges.The future of US energy and climate policy hangs on the races for president and about a […]

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