Copper, tin, lead post losses as bulls dominate other base metals trade


Shanghai copper prices gained on Thursday as the lifting of COVID-19 curbs in top metals consumer China buoyed hopes of demand recovery, although a stronger U.S. dollar limited the upside.

The most-traded July copper contract in Shanghai was up 0.5% at 71,990 yuan ($10,742.53) a tonne, as of 0531 GMT, in tepid...