METALS-London copper steadies near one-week low as dollar eases

MELBOURNE, July 6 (Reuters) – London copper steadied on

Thursday near one-week lows as the dollar eased back from highs

triggered by a Federal Reserve meeting that clouded the outlook

for the pace of future interest rate rises.


* London Metal Exchange copper edged up by 0.1

percent to $5,845 a tonne by 0255 GMT. Prices fell 0.9 percent

on Wednesday when they hit $5,815 which was the lowest since

June 27.

* Shanghai Futures Exchange copper slipped by 0.8



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