Chinese spot iron ore prices seen falling further
Sep 22, 2010 | 11:17 AM
Weak iron ore demand likely will drive spot prices for imported material to lower levels after Chinese workers return from the Mid-Autumn Festival next week, according to several market participants.
"Prices will likely further slip by $3 to $5 per tonne, depending on the steel market," a source at a steel mill in Tianjin said. "The surplus and weak demand do not support price increases for steel products."....
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