Copper futures settle marginally higher on Tuesday
Copper futures settled marginally higher on Tuesday due to hopes of more metals-intensive stimulus from the world’s top consumer China around the National People's Congress meeting next month. Although investors are cautious ahead of the release of some key economic data later this week.

Copper futures for March delivery gained $0.0080 to settle at $3.8280 a pound on the Comex metals division of New York Mercantile Exchange. Copper on the London Metal Exchange was up by 0.09 percent at $8,474 a ton.