Shanghai copper rebounds on low inventory

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Shanghai copper prices rose on Monday as low inventory levels provided a cushion after prices fell for three straight weeks due to weaker-than-expected demand in China. The most-traded June copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange SCFcv1 was up 0.8% to 67,120 yuan ($9,706.44) a tonne as of...

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