Thu, Sep. 17, 4:41 AM
- Copper prices rose to two-month highs in early Asian trading on worries about supply disruptions due to a powerful earthquake off the coast of Chile - the world's largest copper producer.
- The magnitude 8.3 quake shook buildings in the capital Santiago and generated tsunami warnings from New Zealand to California.
- Five people are now known to have died, and one million residents have been evacuated from Chilean coastal areas.
- ETFs: JJC, CH, ECH, COPX, CU, CPER, CUPM
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