*Indonesia exports no tin for August- trade min. MELBOURNE, Sept 4- London copper fell on Friday but was set to log a second weekly gain after bets for monetary easing in Europe fuelled a short-covering rally that began to flicker out. The European Central Bank cut its growth and inflation forecasts on Thursday paving the way for an expansion of its already massive 1...» Read More
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