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Copper Drops From Two-Week High as Inventories Increase

Copper fell from a two week-high in New York as inventories climbed and the dollar strengthened, reducing the metal’s appeal as an alternative asset.

Stockpiles tracked by the London Metal Exchange gained 1.1 percent to 269,750 metric tons, the highest March 18. The dollar gained against the euro for a second straight day.