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Copper, aluminium seen deflating in 2017 after speculative rallies

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Analysts say copper is vulnerable because they see a global surplus of 80,000 tonnes this year and 80,500 tonnes in 2018.

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COPPER and aluminium prices are expected to lose steam this year after speculators pushed up both markets despite surpluses that will persist into 2018, a Reuters poll showed.

Zinc, which has been a favourite of investors, is expected to retain most of its heady gains from

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