Non-ferrous base metals take hike on supply concerns


Copper prices in Shanghai rose on Thursday, as tight inventories and improving consumption of the metal in top user China lent support.

The most-traded November copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange SCFcv1 rose 1.1% to 60,830 yuan ($8,453.19) a tonne at 0648 GMT.

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