London, Feb 12- Copper gained on Friday along with oil and shares after upbeat U.S. data offered hope of a rebound in economic growth, but metals investors were on edge ahead of the reopening of Chinese markets next week. Federal Reserve raising interest rates despite signs of an economic slowdown in the United States. However, Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Thursday...» Read More
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