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Chinese Spot and Futures Iron Ore market remain bearish so far this week
Mar 14,2016 08:46CST
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A week that began with such exhilaration ended in an unspectacular fashion.

CHINA March 11 2016 4:48 PM

LONDON (Scrap Register): A week that began with such exhilaration ended in an unspectacular fashion. An Australian miner sold another cargo of 62.7% Fe Newman Fines via private negotiation at more than a dollar lower than yesterday’s transaction. 

On COREX there were a number of high offers which saw little few bidders: 61% Fe basis PB fines were offered at 58 and bid at just 53; two shipments of 62.7% Fe basis Newman Fines of different sizes were offered at 57.5 and 61 respectively. 

On globalORE, 62% Fe MNP Fines were offered at 57 and 56.5 for April delivery. In China port stock prices fell RMB 10/wmt. Some mills in Tangshan lowered their billet prices by RMB 30-40/t. 

Spot rebar prices in Beijing came off nearly RMB 100/t. The futures markets were also bearish: DCE iron ore fell 2.62% and SHFE rebar lost 2.89%. All prices US$/dmt CFR China unless stated otherwise.


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