Escalating trade war keeps copper pinned at 5-month lows
Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange was down 0.3% at $5,826 per tonne in official trading rings
Aluminium traded at $1,776 per tonne in official rings, lead jumped 1.4% to $1,835, tin slipped 1.2% to $18,925
London: Copper prices hovered near a five-month low on Tuesday as an escalation of the US-China trade war reinforced concern about demand for industrial metals, while the weaker dollar weaker provided some suppport.
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