* LME/ShFE arb: http://bit.ly/2wZSAEz (Adds official midday prices)
LONDON, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The price of copper hit a one-week high on Tuesday while other metals also gained as the dollar dipped and investors remained optimistic about global econmomic growth prospects, though risks of a slowdown remained, especially in top consumer China.
The dollar eased against a basket of currencies while Asian share prices held near recent highs, with Chinese stocks edging up as the ruling Communist Party moved to the final stages of its twice-a-decade congress.
"The prevailing sentiment in copper is bullish based on this synchronised global growth backdrop we're seeing, but when you're close to these levels the probability of a slowdown is much higher," said Julius Baer analyst Carsten Menke.
"We see an oversupplied copper market next year partly driven by a slowdown in China on the property and infrastructure side, and we have mine production coming back after this year's strikes."
*LME COPPER: Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange traded up 1.3 percent in official midday rings to $7,097 a tonne, having earlier touched a one-week high of $7,123. Copper prices breached $7,000 a tonne last week for the first time in more than three years.
* CHINA COPPER BULLS: A private coal mining investor in Shanxi province is the main actor behind a dramatic increase in bullish bets in Chinese copper futures, driving a futures brokerage to a near $3 billion position that has fuelled a surge in prices to 4-1/2-year highs.
* CHINA REFINED COPPER OUTPUT: Data on Monday showed China's refined copper output was at the highest level since December 2014.
* ALUMINIUM PRICE: Aluminium traded up 0.8 percent at $2,155.
* ALUMINIUM CONSUMPTION: China's biggest state-run aluminium producer said consumption of the metal is set to increase by 9-10 percent this year on the back of strong downstream demand, and keep growing at a faster rate than the country's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018.
* ZINC: Zinc was last bid up 2.1 percent in rings at $3,195 a tonne, having earlier touched a one week high of $3,197. Zinc output in China slipped 2.7 percent in September to 537,000 tonnes, highlighting worries that winter production cuts are tightening supplies.
* NICKEL PRICE: LME nickel was last bid up 1.3 percent in rings at $12,010 a tonne.
* NICKEL EXPORTS: Indonesia's PT Aneka Tambang Tbk received a recommendation from the mining ministry for an additional 1.25 million tonnes of nickel ore exports over the next 12 months.
* PHILIPPINE MINING: A Philippine government panel on Tuesday recommended lifting the ban on open-pit mining, a policy implemented this year by the previous environment minister and supported by President Rodrigo Duterte.
* OTHER METALS: Lead traded up 0.3 percent in rings at $2,508 while tin traded up 0.7 percent at $19,725.
(Additional reporting by James Regan; Editing by Greg Mahlich)