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Originally published Monday, December 3, 2012 at 12:49 PM

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News Summary: Copper rises on China manufacturing

GLEAM IN COPPER: Copper rose to its highest level in nearly seven weeks on signs that China's manufacturing industry is getting healthier even though its U.S. counterpart suffered a setback. Investors hope that the improvement in China will increase demand for copper and other commodities.

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GLEAM IN COPPER: Copper rose to its highest level in nearly seven weeks on signs that China's manufacturing industry is getting healthier even though its U.S. counterpart suffered a setback. Investors hope that the improvement in China will increase demand for copper and other commodities.

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