The most-traded March copper contract on the

ShFE was down 0.2 percent at 53,050 yuan a tonne, as

the dollar edged upward. A stronger dollar makes metals more

expensive for holders of other currencies.

    * LME COPPER: Three-month copper on the London Metal

Exchange was unchanged at $7,119 a tonne, after ending

flat in the previous session.

Lead prices on the London Metal Exchange were 1.7% higher at the close on Thursday February 1, with the metal continuing its fine performance since the turn of 2018. Read more here in our live futures report.

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