Copper prices fell on Tuesday as slowing economic growth in top metal consumer China reminded traders of the reality of weak physical demand and a global economic downtrend. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.4% to $9,064.50 a tonne by 0245 GMT, on track for the third straight session of loss…
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