Copper Could Hit $20,000 a Ton, Says BofA’s Blanch

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May.11 — Francisco Blanch, head of global commodities and derivatives research at Bank of America, is very bullish on copper. “We think we could go as high as $20,000 a ton if the supply of scrap copper doesn’t make it to the market,” he told “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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