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SHFE Cu rallies 1.5% on signs of weakening US economy

ABSTRACT

The most-traded September copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange pulled up on Monday, ending three successive days of declines, amid the investors' growing enthusiasm on nonferrous derivatives on noting less-than-expected US economic performance in June.
The most-traded September copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange pulled up on Monday, ending three successive days of declines, amid the investors’ growing enthusiasm on nonferrous derivatives on noting less-than-expected US economic performance in June. The SHFE September copper contract closed at Yuan 49,990/t ($7,574/t) on July 9, up

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