The shutdown has now tied the record for the longest mining strike in Chilean history, set in 2009 at BHP's Spence mine.
The prices managed to move past Rs 390 during the day which is a good sign, though closure was still below those levels.
On the lower side, Rs 385 and 382 are supports. For coming days a range of Rs 380-400 per kg seems active
Resistance for Copper are still active at Rs 389-390 per kg.
On the lower side, Rs 380 remains a psychological support.
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