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Money Iron ore is in a bull market, again

13:38  06 december  2017
13:38  06 december  2017 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

Iron ore's winning streak is over

  Iron ore's winning streak is over Iron ore spot markets fell on Monday, snapping a four-day winning streak in the process. According to Metal Bulletin, the price for benchmark 62% fines slipped 1% to $67.27 a tonne, pulling back from a four-month high struck on Friday. © Provided by Business Insider IncThe weakness in the benchmark was mirrored across the grades.The price for 58% fines fell 0.2% to $37.85 a tonne, overshadowed by a larger 3% slide in ore with 65% Fe content which closed at $82.90 a tonne. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Iron ore spot markets continued to rally on Monday, logging the eighth increase in the past nine sessions. It’s now gained 24.2% since the end of October, leaving it in a technical bull market .

Iron ore advanced into a bull market after BHP Billiton Ltd. curbed expansion plans and supplies from higher-cost mines dropped, easing concern global output will outpace demand and feed a global glut. It’s a little hasty to declare iron - ore is in a bull market .

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Iron ore spot markets continued to rally on Monday, logging the eighth increase in the past nine sessions.

According to Metal Bulletin, the price for benchmark 62% fines surged 3.7% to $72.68 a tonne, leaving it at the highest level since September 14.

It's now gained 24.2% since the end of October, leaving it in a technical bull market.

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Lower and higher grade ores also rallied hard during the session.

The price of 58% fines surged 4.2% to $41.37 a tonne, outpacing a 3% gain for ore with 65% Fe content which settled at $89.40 a tonne.

The move yet again corresponded with strength in Chinese steel futures, boosted by ongoing production cuts on environmental grounds which have seen rebar inventories held by Chinese traders fall to the lowest level in at least six years.

Iron ore is in a bull market, again

  Iron ore is in a bull market, again Iron ore spot markets continued to rally on Monday, logging the eighth increase in the past nine sessions. Iron ore spot markets continued to rally on Monday, logging the eighth increase in the past nine sessions.

The price of iron ore was trading sideways on Wednesday with the market for the steelmaking raw material appearing to be relatively insulated from the rout in metals. That's up 20.4% from record lows hit July 8 and therefore technically still a bull market defined as a one-fifth rise from a low.

With the temporary factors over, iron ore will once again be confronted with the reality of vast oversupply and tepid demand from China, buyer of about two-thirds of the world’s sea-borne cargoes of the commodity. It’s worth thinking back to the last time iron ore was in a so-called bull market , in the

According to data from SteelHome consultancy, inventories held by Chinese traders fell to 3.03 million tonnes last week, the lowest since since records began in 2011.

Rebar futures in Shanghai surged 2% to 4,065 yuan having earlier hit a high of 4,104 yuan, the loftiest level seen since September 6. That prompted even larger gains in iron ore futures in Dalian which jumped 4.8% to 548 yuan, the highest level since September 13.

A seen in the scoreboard below, those gains were largely sustained in overnight trade.

SHFE Rebar¥4,065,0.64%
DCE Iron Ore¥547.00,0.92%
DCE Coking Coal¥1,387.50,-1.07%
DCE Coke¥2,224.00,0.63%

Trade in Chinese commodity futures will resume at midday AEDT.

Iron ore markets are trading mixed .
Iron ore spot markets finished mixed on Wednesday. According to Metal Bulletin, the price for benchmark 62% fines fell 0.6% to $70.85 a tonne, trimming its advance this week to 2.2%. © Provided by Business Insider IncIn comparison to the benchmark, lower grades pushed higher, continuing the trend seen since late last week.58% fines added 0.9% to $40.05 a tonne. Ore with 65% Fe content was unchanged at $87.10 a tonne.The mixed performance in spot markets followed an equally strange day in Chinese futures with rebar contracts falling heavily while iron ore contracts recovered. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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