Copper prices have fallen lower during the early Monday morning US trading. In addition to global slowing fears, the copper market has been widely thought to be weakened by strength in the US Dollar as well as ideas that the Chinese will remain in a tightening mode. Some traders feel it possible that some of the slowest economic growth readings for India in two years are adding to downward pressure on copper prices this morning. With Chinese copper product imports for August showing a noted year over year double digit decline, the outlook for future Chinese demand may have been diminished. LME Copper Stocks were 465,125 tons, down 100 tons.