Copper rises after Supreme Court knocks back Vedanta smelter reopening
Updated : February 18, 2019 08:02 PM IST
Better than expected Chinese lending data on Friday, meanwhile, suggested that demand from the world's biggest consumer of metals will remain strong.
Benchmark copper did not trade but was bid up 0.8 percent at $6,235 a tonne in official rings, near a two-month high of $6,289.50 reached on Feb. 7.
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