Shares of Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) , a member of Real Money's 'Stressed Out' watch list, climbed higher on Wednesday as prices of copper increased more than two percent to nearly $209 a pound. Shares of the Phoenix-based miner have risen 66 percent so far this year, helped by rising oil and metal prices. Freeport had long been hampered by more than $20 billion debt amid sliding oil and commodity prices, with shares sliding 68% in 2015, before rebounding sharply this year.
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