*Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange rose by 0.6 percent to $4,470.50 a tonne by 0111 GMT, following 1.4 percent losses in the previous session when prices plumbed the weakest since Jan. 26 at $4,430 a tonne. *The Shanghai Futures Exchange was closed for a fourth session due to its Lunar New Year holidays. *China will do more to ease yuan convertibility in...» Read More
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