BEIJING, July 26 (Reuters) - London Metal Exchange base metal prices rose across the board in early Asian trade on Thursday, buoyed after U.S. President Donald Trump and the European Union reached an agreement that investors hope will avert a trade war. Trump and EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker said after a meeting in Washington on Wednesday that they would seek to "resolve" U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium and Europe's retaliatory duties. That marked a step back from Trump's signature import protections for American metal producers. FUNDAMENTALS * LME copper: Three-month copper on the LME climbed as much as 1.4 percent and was 0.7 percent higher at $6,336.50 a tonne by 0203 GMT, having dipped 0.1 percent in the previous session. * SHFE COPPER: The most-traded September copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange edged up 0.1 percent to 50,060 yuan ($7,413.22) a tonne. * OTHER METALS: London aluminium and lead both made gains of around 1 percent, while zinc was up 0.8 percent, nickel added 0.4 percent and tin climbed 0.5 percent. * TARIFFS: In what EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker called a "major concession", U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to refrain from imposing car tariffs while the two sides launch negotiations to cut other trade barriers, easing the threat of a transatlantic trade war. * DOLLAR: The dollar index fell by 0.2 percent to 94.152 following the EU-U.S. summit, making dollar-denominated metals cheaper for holders of other currencies. * FREEPORT: Freeport-McMoRan Inc, the world's largest publicly listed copper miner, reported bigger-than-expected earnings on Wednesday, as production and prices soared above last year, but flagged market jitters from global trade disputes. * INDONESIA: Indonesia's parliament has asked the government to recalculate damage to the environment from the giant Grasberg copper mine operated by the local unit of Freeport McMoRan Inc, the environment ministry said.