BASE METAL

London copper fell on Monday and was mired at six-year lows as attractive import prices into China in July failed to boost shipments, underscoring modest appetite in the world's top consumer of metals.
Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.7 percent to $5,139 a tonne by 0230 GMT, having slipped to a new six year low at $5,118. Copper has shed around 18 percent so far this year.
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