The copper market posted another new high for the move overnight, which suggests that a mostly positive economic vibe has remained in place overnight. While the potential for new US quantitative easing may be providing a large portion of support for copper prices, the market might also be strengthened by ideas of tightening supplies during the near future. In addition to lower Chilean copper production last month, the copper market may also digesting news of lost supply due to a labor dispute in Indonesia. US economic data this morning might have to meet or exceed expectations in order to help lift December copper prices above the $4.20 area. LME Copper Stocks were 463,825 tons, down 550 tons.