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Copper Rebounds From 14-Week Low Before U.S. GDP Data

Copper rebounded from the lowest price since June before U.S. data that’s forecast to show faster growth in the world’s second-biggest user.

The metal in London rose as much as 0.7 percent after closing yesterday at the lowest since June 16. Gross domestic product grew 4.6 percent in the second quarter, more than the previous estimate of 4.2 percent released in August, according to a Bloomberg survey of analysts before a Commerce Department report today. Durable goods orders last month fell by a record, government data showed yesterday.