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The U.S. dollar moved lower against major rivals Tuesday, as traders set up for a closely watched decision by the European Central Bank due Thursday.
The euro rose to $1.0616 from $1.0566 late Monday. Overnight, the currency dropped to $1.0557, its lowest since April.
Ten leading copper producers in China agreed to cut output of refined copper by 350,000 metric tons in 2016, and urged Beijing to buy up excessive supply to counter sluggish prices. Gold futures climbed on Monday, but still suffered a loss of roughly 6.7% for the month of November.