Funny enough, this question gets asked over 1000 times every month on Google.
So is copper magnetic? The simple answer is no. You can’t stick your refrigerator magnets to a piece of copper. However, it does interact with magnets. Copper is highly conductive. When close to each other, an eddy current occurs. An eddy current is a localized electric current induced in a conductor by a varying magnetic field. In the case of copper, it is repulsive meaning the copper and magnet push away from each other.
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So if someone asks you “Is copper magnetic?” you know the answer. No, but it does slightly repel a magnet.