Aluminum Jumps as Guinea Coup Adds to Supply Worries
Sep.06 -- A military junta that seized power in Guinea said it plans to establish a unity government pending a transition to civilian rule. The junta also urged mining companies to keep operating. Still, aluminum climbed to the highest in more than a decade after the coup fueled concerns over raw material supplies. James Thornhill reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
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