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Copper gains, global trade disagreements hold growth back

Prices of copper increased today, reclaiming some of yesterday’s losses, though rises were limited by the intensification of the Sino-U.S. trade dispute as official talks between the countries due to take place soon.

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London Metal Exchange registered 3-month copper growth by 0.3% to $6,201 per ton, though Shanghai copper dipped 0.8% to 49,410 yuan or $7,117.65 for a ton.

Shanghai Futures Exchange saw nearly every non-precious metal fall, weighed by dropping global stocks and oil prices, dragged down by slowing world economic expansion.

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