LONDON, June 20- Copper fell to a fresh 1-1/ 2 month low on Thursday, hit by the U.S. Federal Reserve's intention to begin scaling back stimulus measures later this year and further evidence that the economy of top metals consumer China is slowing down. China is the world's top consumer of copper, accounting for around 40 percent of global refined demand.» Read More
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