Copper prices rose on Thursday, as a softer dollar and renewed hopes for another US stimulus boosted demand for the metal that is often used as a gauge of global economic health.
Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was up 0.5 percent at $6,703 a ton.
The contract hit its highest since Sept. 23 at $6,708 a ton earlier in the session.
The dollar was on the defensive at a one-week low, as robust US data and fresh hopes for fiscal stimulus had investors confident enough about economic recovery prospects to seek out riskier currencies.
A softer dollar makes greenback-priced metals more appealing to holders of other currencies.