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BEIJING/MELBOURNE, Oct 25 (Reuters) - London copper fell
back on Wednesday, after hitting its highest in a week in the
previous session, as market participants said the recent rally
was losing its legs and a correction was due.
The "sheer weight of selling that materialised into
$7,095-7,105 has for now taken the steam out of the rally
although dips remain supported," said Matt France, head of
institutional sales, metals, for Marex Spectron in Asia
Puerto Rico is desperate.