Copper added 0.3% to $6,712 a tonne on LME

Copper gained as investors gauged potential threats to supply from Chile while pricing in more U.S. stimulus spending after the election and steady demand from China. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) added 0.3% to $6,712 a tonne after easing by 0.7% on Tuesday and rebounding about 50% since mid-March.

Source: Reuters