Yesterday it was Goldman Sachs, today it's JPMorgan hawking the prospects for copper. "Demand is...

|By:, SA News Editor

Yesterday it was Goldman Sachs, today it's JPMorgan hawking the prospects for copper. "Demand is stronger than production," says the head of its global commodities group. Another bullish analyst notes inventories look to be rolling over, a bullish signal for the metal.  JJC +1.5%, FCX +0.9% premarket.