Oct 11 (Reuters) - Copper prices fell on Monday, weighed down by a stronger dollar on expectation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will start trimming its stimulus from next month.
Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.3% to $9,329 a tonne by 0121 GMT, while the most-traded November copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange eased 0.1% to 69,180 yuan ($10,736.40) a tonne.
The dollar ticked up, making greenback-priced metals more expensive to holders of other currencies, after a soft U.S. payrolls figure did little to alter market expectations that the Fed will start tapering its massive bond-buying in November.
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* LME aluminum rose 0.4% to $2,978.50 a tonne, nickel advanced 0.8% to $19,380 a tonne, and tin increased 0.8% to $36,450 a tonne.
* ShFE aluminum was up 1.3% at 23,220 yuan a tonne, nickel climbed 2.6% to 145,930 yuan a tonne, zinc increased 1.8% to 23,275 yuan a tonne and tin jumped 2.6% to 285,420 yuan a tonne.
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* Asian shares slipped as global inflation angst favored commodities as a hedge over U.S. equities, while rising U.S. bond yields lifted the dollar to two-and-a-half year peaks against the Japanese yen
No major data/events expected on Monday ($1 = 6.4435 yuan) (Reporting by Mai Nguyen in Hanoi; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)