Non-ferrous base metals get advantage of dwindling gringo dollar


London copper prices rose on Tuesday, supported by a softer U.S. dollar following weak economic data, but trading volume stayed low due to a week-long holiday in top consumer China.

Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange rose 2.2% to $7,673 a tonne by 0711 GMT, aluminium gained 2.6% to $2,276...