MELBOURNE, July 29- London copper jumped on Wednesday as short sellers rushed to cover their positions amid speculation about further stimulus from China, and ahead of a key monetary policy meeting in the United States. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange jumped by 1.2 percent to $5,360.50 a tonne by 0141 GMT, adding to 2.2 percent gains in the...» Read More
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