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Long position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.017473 %
Charges from full value of position ($-17.47)
Trade size with leverage ~ $100,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $99,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

Short position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.004447 %
Charges from full value of position ($-4.45)
Trade size with leverage ~ $100,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $99,000.00

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Overnight fee time 22:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 10
Currency USD
Margin 1%
Stock exchange United States of America
Commission on trade 0%

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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Dec 8, 2023 3.80693 0.00947 0.25% 3.79746 3.80721 3.79444
Dec 7, 2023 3.79743 0.06018 1.61% 3.73725 3.80134 3.73700
Dec 6, 2023 3.73747 -0.04947 -1.31% 3.78694 3.82650 3.73001
Dec 5, 2023 3.78692 -0.04035 -1.05% 3.82727 3.84151 3.77292
Dec 4, 2023 3.82700 -0.09627 -2.45% 3.92327 3.92329 3.82423
Dec 3, 2023 3.92304 0.00351 0.09% 3.91953 3.92677 3.91278
Dec 1, 2023 3.91882 0.06421 1.67% 3.85461 3.93245 3.84340
Nov 30, 2023 3.85486 0.02492 0.65% 3.82994 3.85583 3.81261
Nov 29, 2023 3.82971 -0.01950 -0.51% 3.84921 3.86322 3.81600
Nov 28, 2023 3.84897 0.04826 1.27% 3.80071 3.85439 3.78482
Nov 27, 2023 3.80070 -0.03019 -0.79% 3.83089 3.83791 3.79360
Nov 26, 2023 3.83139 0.00177 0.05% 3.82962 3.83963 3.82687
Nov 24, 2023 3.83306 0.01399 0.37% 3.81907 3.83583 3.79591
Nov 23, 2023 3.81883 0.01291 0.34% 3.80592 3.84201 3.80220
Nov 22, 2023 3.80594 -0.03481 -0.91% 3.84075 3.84235 3.77873
Nov 21, 2023 3.84051 0.00592 0.15% 3.83459 3.85718 3.82059
Nov 20, 2023 3.83461 0.07260 1.93% 3.76201 3.84004 3.75437
Nov 19, 2023 3.76199 -0.00131 -0.03% 3.76330 3.76477 3.76151
Nov 17, 2023 3.76400 0.03995 1.07% 3.72405 3.76901 3.70764
Nov 16, 2023 3.72377 -0.02321 -0.62% 3.74698 3.77138 3.71525

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Copper

Follow our live chart to always keep up to date with the latest copper spot price.

Copper is a unique commodity that has a distinctive value in the global market due to its industrial worth. Today, it is the world’s third-most-used metal, after iron and aluminium, and plays a pivotal role in all major economies and the developing world. Its utility coupled with a low price makes copper a low-risk investment favoured by international investors. Trading copper offers substantial asset-class diversification, which can be an effective way to lower the overall volatility of a portfolio.

According to the historical copper price graph, the metal reached its record high of $4.63 in February 2011.

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Copper is one of the most versatile metals available today. It has a high electrical conductivity, second only to silver, making it a very attractive material for various industrial applications, including wiring, plumbing, motors, generators, transformers, computers, cars, heating and cooling systems.

Due to its versatility and importance for many industries, the global demand for copper has been continuously growing over the past few decades. More than 60 per cent of overall copper consumption occurs in Asia. China, with its huge manufacturing sector, is by far the biggest consumer of the metal in the world.

In 2018, the worldwide consumption of copper reached 23.6 million tons a year and is expected to hit 29.8 million tons by 2027. While the recycling of old copper helps meet about 45 per cent of global needs, rapidly increasing consumption requires continued development of new metal resources.

With regard to supply, copper mining is mainly concentrated in Latin America. Chile is the world’s largest copper miner, producing more than 5.8 million tons of metal annually. The figure is more than double the amount of that of the second-highest producer, Peru, which supplies more than 2.4 million tons of copper per year.

As the metal is a key material in the construction industry as well as for consumer goods such as electronics and cars, copper demand tends to be economically sensitive. As such, when the global economy slows down, the demand for the metal usually decreases, negatively weighing on its pricing. Therefore, when making investment decisions, it is important to consider that the price of copper significantly relies on the wider performance of the global economy.

With Capital.com’s comprehensive copper chart you can quickly find the latest copper spot price and trace the historical value of the metal over the years.

News

December RBA preview: no move expected at the final meeting of 2023

The RBA meets on Tuesday, 5th of December, 2023, at 2.30 PM (AEDT). We preview what to expect from this month’s decision.

14:47, 4 December 2023

CPI drops more than expected in Europe, Spain’s IBEX 35 looking to break pre-COVID highs

CPI drops more than expected in Europe, Spain’s IBEX 35 looking to break pre-COVID highs

12:39, 30 November 2023

Euro Zone CPI expected to continue dropping; economists warn about cutting too soon

EZ PI expected to drop further but speed of decline

08:16, 29 November 2023

A weaker Dollar drives gold higher

Gold prices have returned above $US2000 per ounce. We run through the factors driving gold and the commodity’s key technicals.

13:49, 28 November 2023

Q3 US Earnings Recap: Profits surprise to the upside, but outlook remains uncertain

US earnings for the third quarter were far better than expected. However, uncertainty about the outlook for company profits continues. We review the quarterly earnings and look ahead to what the markets expect from S&P 500 companies going forward.

13:20, 28 November 2023

RBNZ Preview: Rates expected to remain unchanged at final meeting of 2023

The RBNZ meets for the final time this year on Wednesday, 29th of November, 2023. We preview what to expect and how it could impact the New Zealand Dollar.

13:04, 28 November 2023

Crude prices slide on OPEC+ uncertainty

Crude prices have chopped sideways amid signs of turmoil within OPEC+. We look at the fundamentals of the oil market and the technical levels of WTI.

12:55, 28 November 2023

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