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Copper cakes and slabs consumption in United States: Drop in 2015

Compared with the prior year the indicator slightly went down by 3.2%, adjusted data from U.S. Geological Survey show. The variable diminished barely by 1 400 metric ton, in comparison with the previous year when it rose by 0.46%. The overall changes for the prior 15 years attained a drop of 55.89%. Besides, it has had a negative average annual growth rate of 0.01 percent over the 5 years with a negligible overall decrease since the start of observations. It averaged 48 746.67 metric ton from 2001 to 2015 and it hit its all-time high of 95 900 metric ton in 2001 and record low of 35 300 metric ton in 2005.

Copper cakes and slabs consumption in United States: Drop in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 42 300.00 -3.2
2014 43 700.00 0.46
2013 43 500.00 1.64
2012 42 800.00 -2.28
2011 43 800.00 -0.68
2010 44 100.00 1.15
2009 43 600.00 -3.11
2008 45 000.00 5.39
2007 42 700.00 15.09
2006 37 100.00 5.1

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