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Iron Ore prices soften as more supplies hit market

Posted on 11 June 2014

Iron ore prices softened in May as more supplies hit the market and prices fell to $90 levels for 62% Fe fines. The Steel Index (TSI) in a monthly report pointed out that the precipitous fall in iron ore prices comes despite a relatively healthy steel sector in China where mills have been back in the black for some time and while trader’s steel inventories are falling.
TSI’s monthly average of 62% Fe fines benchmark price used to settle May derivatives and futures contracts as well as monthly physical contracts was US $100.56/dry metric ton, down 12.2% month-on-month………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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