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Iron ore tumbles over 5% on improved supply outlook,

Aug 09, 2021 The most-traded iron ore for January 2022 delivery on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 fell as much as 5.3% to 845 yuan ($130.51)

Iron ore advances as China port stocks hit over 8

Jun 28, 2021 The most-traded September iron ore on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 ended daytime trading 2.1% higher at 1,196 yuan ($185.31) a tonne, up for a

Iron ore slumps on subdued China demand outlook for

Jul 29, 2021 Iron ore futures in Asia fell on Thursday, pressured by the prospects of a slowdown in demand for the steelmaking ingredient in top buyer China, and

China's June iron ore imports hit 13-month low on

Jul 13, 2021 The iron ore imports were down 12.1% from June a year earlier. In the first half of 2021, China took 560.7 million tonnes of the ingredient, though, 2.6% higher than the same period a

Iron ore prices collapse under gloomy China demand

Jul 30, 2021 The most-traded iron ore for September delivery on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 shed as much as 7.3% to 1,036 yuan ($160.38) a tonne, its weakest level since May 28.

Iron ore extends slump on improved supply outlook, soft

Aug 09, 2021 The most-traded iron ore for January 2022 delivery on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 ended daytime trading 4.4% lower at 852.50 yuan ($131.67) a tonne, after earlier hitting 845 yuan

Rio says China has few iron ore alternatives, for now

May 07, 2021 China makes about 55 per cent of the world’s steel and buys about 68 per cent of the world’s seaborne iron ore. Australia supplies about 60 per cent of the world’s seaborne iron ore.

Iron ore futures rise as China steel margins recover Nasdaq

Jul 26, 2021 Dalian and Singapore iron ore futures rebounded on Monday after a five-day slump, as a recovery in steel margins in China, the world's biggest buyer

Iron ore futures snap five-day slump as China steel

Jul 26, 2021 Dalian and Singapore iron ore futures rebounded on Monday after a five-day slump, due to a recovery in steel margins in China, the world's biggest buyer of the steelmaking ingredient.

China's reliance on Australian iron ore is a 'strategic

Jun 14, 2021 The Australian iron ore industry had been built to primarily supply Japanese steel mills, but when China arrived on the scene in the 1980s, it expanded quickly to

Iron ore is saving Australia's trade with China. How long

Iron ore is a vital component in the production of steel, and with China embarking on a $500 billion infrastructure spending spree to help the economy recover from the pandemic, Beijing's need for

Iron ore price: Scary way China could cripple Australia

May 27, 2021 China could cut off Australia’s $136 billion iron ore exports in just a few years, analyst warns. China has hatched a plan that could wipe more than $136 billion from Australia’s economy, and

Iron ore is saving Australia’s trade with China. How long

May 08, 2021 By 2019, almost two-thirds of China’s iron ore came from Australia, more than it imported from Brazil, South Africa and India combined, according to the Observatory of Economic Complexity.. At the same time, iron ore made up almost a quarter of Australia’s entire exports in 2019, 81.7 per cent of which went to China.. The lack of diversity in Australia’s exports leaves it vulnerable

Iron Ore Tumbles as China’s Steel Sector Revamp Curbs Demand

Jul 30, 2021 China’s steel curbs are weakening demand for iron ore, Vivek Dhar, commodities analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a note. Keeping production flat this

Iron Ore Rally Stutters as China Seeks Control Bloomberg

May 14, 2021 Iron ore futures tumbled with industrial commodities after China ratcheted up pressure to control the rapid gains in raw material costs. Bloomberg’s Annie Lee reports on “Bloomberg Markets

What would happen if China stopped buying Australian iron ore?

Dec 04, 2020 Despite the Australia-China ties being at an all-time low, our monthly exports to China have hit a four-year high. Much of this is being driven by Chinese demand for Australian iron ore, which in the 2019 financial year represented a $102 billion contribution to the national economy.. China is, by far, our biggest trade partner.

Column: China goes from driver to brake for crude oil

Aug 09, 2021 China has switched from driving global demand for major commodities to being a drag on growth, with July's customs data confirming the weakening trend for imports of crude oil, iron ore

Top Iron-producing Countries Australia is Number 1 INN

Jun 30, 2020 China is the world’s largest consumer of iron ore, despite being only the third largest iron-producing country. Its production of usable ore rose slightly last year, rising from 340 Mt in 2018

Direct reduced iron

Direct reduced iron (DRI), also called sponge iron, is produced from the direct reduction of iron ore (in the form of lumps, pellets, or fines) into iron by a reducing gas or elemental carbon produced from natural gas or coal.Many ores are suitable for direct reduction. Direct reduction refers to solid-state processes which reduce iron oxides to metallic iron at temperatures below the melting

China iron ore production and demand iron ore Chinese

May 11, 2020 Globally speaking, based on the production of usable iron ore, Australia and Brazil are some of the largest producers in the world. In 2018, Australia produced an estimated 900 million metric tons of iron ore, while Brazil’s production came to an estimated 490 million metric tons. Iron Ore Demand in China . Despite the COVID-19 pandemic

China: iron ore mining by month 2021 Statista

Jul 26, 2021 In June 2021, about 88 million metric tons of crude iron ore had been extracted in China. Iron ore mining in China Iron ore mining in China has drastically decreased since the beginning of

Iron Ore Tumbles as China’s Steel Sector Revamp Curbs Demand

Jul 30, 2021 China’s steel curbs are weakening demand for iron ore, Vivek Dhar, commodities analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a note. Keeping production flat this

China has an Iron Ore Problem it Can't Solve Alone The

Mar 31, 2014 China has an Iron Ore Problem it Can't Solve Alone The CEO of China Hanking Mining says his country can't keep up with iron ore demand, that spells opportunity for miners around the world.

China will likely succeed in crashing Australia’s iron ore

2 天前 From 2005 to 2020 China has used a large share of global commodities, with iron ore being right up there. (Sorted on 2015 data.) Picture: WM, WBMS,

Iron ore price: Scary way China could cripple Australia

May 27, 2021 China could cut off Australia’s $136 billion iron ore exports in just a few years, analyst warns. China has hatched a plan that could wipe more than $136 billion from Australia’s economy, and

Iron ore

Usable iron ore production in million metric tons for 2015 The mine production estimates for China are estimated from the National Bureau of Statistics China's crude ore statistics, rather than usable ore as reported for the other countries.; Country Production Australia: 817 Brazil: 397 China: 375* India: 156 Russia: 101 South Africa: 73

Iron Ore Rally Stutters as China Seeks Control Bloomberg

May 14, 2021 Iron ore futures tumbled with industrial commodities after China ratcheted up pressure to control the rapid gains in raw material costs. Bloomberg’s Annie Lee reports on “Bloomberg Markets

Will Australia use iron ore as a lever to fix trade with

Dec 10, 2020 China relies heavily on supplies of high-quality iron ore from Australia to feed its steel mills and build the infrastructure that is integral to its economic growth. Australia’s Pilbara efficient and low-cost mines are the logical supplier of that iron ore, with the development of new mines and transport in countries such as Guinea in Africa

Iron ore hits record on China demand Financial Times

Iron ore hit $193.85 a tonne on Tuesday, according to a price assessment from S&P Global Platts, surpassing its previous record of $193 set during the 2011 commodity boom. Iron ore has gained 130

What would happen if China stopped buying Australian iron ore?

Dec 04, 2020 Despite the Australia-China ties being at an all-time low, our monthly exports to China have hit a four-year high. Much of this is being driven by Chinese demand for Australian iron ore, which in the 2019 financial year represented a $102 billion contribution to the national economy.. China is, by far, our biggest trade partner.

Iron ore prices slump as China places limits on steel

2 天前 Prices for iron ore cargoes with a 63.5 percent iron content decreased by 3.75 percent to $167 (about R2 474) a ton, the lowest level since early April on

Iron ore is saving Australia's trade with China. How long

May 05, 2021 At the same time, iron ore made up almost a quarter of Australia's entire exports in 2019, 81.7% of which went to China. The lack of diversity in Australia's exports leaves it

China alters rules on iron ore, coal sparking trade fears

May 21, 2020 China's customs authorities said in a notice the new supervising rules, which take effect on June 1, meant customs officials would inspect batches of iron ore arriving in the country at the