Copper fell 4.15 cents to $3.6080 a pound.
In agricultural futures, March wheat rose 6.25 cents to $7.385 a bushel, March corn rose 5.25 cents to $7.005 a bushel and soybeans fell 12.50 cents to $14.8275 a bushel.
Most energy futures were lower.
April crude lost $1.88, or 2 percent, to finish at $95.22 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The March contract, which expires Wednesday, fell $2.20 to end at $94.46 per barrel.
In March contracts, heating oil fell 2.43 cents to end at $3.1563 per gallon, wholesale gasoline fell 6.17 cents to finish at $3.0595 per gallon and natural gas rose 0.7 cent to end at $3.279 per 1,000 cubic feet.