London copper and aluminium futures traded near their lowest level since 2009 on Friday and were on course to extend weekly losses with copper pressured by a weak demand outlook and aluminium dragged by an oversupplied market.
Three-month aluminium on the London Metal Exchange dipped 0.2 percent to $1,589.50 a tonne by 0120 GMT, after falling as far as $1,576 on Thursday, its weakest since July 2009. The metal has lost almost 2 percent for the week.

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