(Reuters) - U.S. copper futures briefly dipped into negative territory midday Friday as mounting unrest in Egypt spurred more investment flows into safer-haven assets like the U.S. dollar and gold.

COMEX copper for March delivery HGH1 dipped below Thursday's settlement at $4.3385 per lb, as the U.S. dollar index .DXY jumped above 78 and U.S. gold futures extended gains. [USD/] [GOL/] (Reporting by Chris Kelly)

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