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By Mai Nguyen
SINGAPORE, April 26 (Reuters) – London copper prices on Friday rose from a one-month low touched in the previous session, buoyed as the U.S. dollar eased from a two-year high and supported by hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal.
Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange rose 0.3 percent to $6,382 a tonne by 0342 GMT, after marking its lowest since March 28 on Thursday on a strong U.S. dollar and worries over the outlook for the global economy.
The dollar index versus a basket of six major currencies dropped slightly on Friday but stayed near its two-year peak. A weaker greenback makes dollar-denominated metals cheaper for buyers with other currencies.
Sentiment was also supported by news that U.S.