The Copper market has made a fresh new all time high price during the early trading action today, and was seen as finding support from ideas that copper supplies are likely to tighten in the face of an ongoing global macro economic recovery. There is some concern in the market that power issues in Chile will prevent that critical producer from increasing their output in reaction to a growing global economy. A Governor of the Bank of Japan has stated that the Japanese economy is coming out of a lull, which may project increased Japanese copper during over the first half of this year. India's GDP grew at a rate of 8.6% over the past 12 months, in line with forecasts but may point to strong copper demand from that nation during the near future. LME Copper Stocks were 393,525 tons, down 625 tons for the day.