Copper prices in the world are going down Thursday morning, according to trading data.

Accordingly, September futures price for copper at the COMEX stock exchange of New York dropped by 0.32 percent to $3.7603 per pound (about 0.45 kg).

But at the London Metal Exchange (LME) on Thursday, the price of one ton of copper went up by 0.42 percent to $8,401, that of aluminum dropped by 0.8 percent to $2,471, and the price of zinc—by 0.8 percent to $3,360 per ton.