METALS-London copper hits four-week high as mines halt operations to contain virus

Copper prices advanced on Tuesday, with London copper touching a four-week high, as more coronavirus-related mining disruptions in key producing countries sparked global supply concerns. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) climbed as much as 3.6% to $5,200 a tonne, its highest since March 17. The contract was up 3.1% at $5,175 a tonne by 0705 GMT. The most-traded copper contract on the Shan
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