Copper prices rose on Monday as investors and traders bet on a recovery in demand from top consumer China amid support from global mining supply disruptions.
Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange advanced 0.5% to $9,033 a tonne by 0723 GMT, aluminum increased 2.2% to $2,440 a tonne, zinc was up 1.7% at $3,109.50 a tonne and tin rose 3.2% to $26,685 a tonne.
LME lead advanced 0.8% to $2,081 a tonne.
London-listed company KEFI Gold and Copper plc (LON:KEFI) is an exploration and development company focused on gold and copper deposits in the highly prospective Arabian-Nubian Shield. The Company operates in Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia with projects including Tulu Kapi project, Jibal Qutman EL and Hawiah.