The Tell: The world risks ‘running out of copper’ — and here’s how high prices may rise as the economy reopens, BofA warns


Copper inventories are falling low just as the global economic reopening gets under way, according to BofA. “If scrap supply doesn’t come through, stocks would deplete by 2024,” the bank’s commodity strategists warn.

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