Copper has reached its highest point this month on hope of a resolution to the trade war.
The red metal rose by 0.5% to US$6013.50 per tonne, its first time above $6000/t in September. Its 2018 high was $7330.50/t in June.
“Metals prices are gaining on the back of potential for renewed US-China trade talks,” Bloomberg quoted BMO analyst Colin Hamilton as saying. “Even should these yield no result, any indication that Chinese metal-intensive spend is increasing on the back of the recent fiscal push should also help to improve market sentiment.”
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