The copper market has not been seen as finding significant support from events in the Euro zone early this morning. Some traders feel that the copper market may be fearful of a Greek default, and softer global copper demand in the event that the Greece situation continues to dominate the headlines. With the focus on Euro zone affairs, regularly scheduled US data might not have that much influence on the copper market. At this point, concerns toward supply off an Indonesian strike probably won't be given that much attention, as many traders feel the market may be ultimately concerned about future demand patterns. LME Copper Stocks were 422,125 tons, down 1,150 tons.