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Reuters reported that copper rose $1.36 due to a significant economic data from Germany and the United States.

Reuters reported that copper rose $1.36 due to a significant economic data from Germany and the United States.

As quoted in the market news:

Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange ended up 1.36 percent to trade at $8,560 a tonne from $8,445 a tonne at the close on Monday, Earlier, the metal used in power and construction hit a session peak of $8,608, its highest since March 5.

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