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18-Aug2018

Copper futures end higher on Friday

Copper futures edged higher on Friday, with a dip in the dollar helping to steady metal markets after a tough week. The forces that battered metal markets earlier in the week cooled during Friday's session, leaving some room for modest buying.

Copper futures for September delivery gained 0.38 percent to settle at $2.63 a pound on the Comex metals division of New York Mercantile Exchange. However, copper on the London Metal Exchange ended lower by 0.26 percent at $5,844 a metric ton.


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