China’s iron ore futures tumble amid sluggish demand, rising steel inventories

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China's most-traded iron ore futures contract on the Dalian Commodity Exchange, for September delivery, tumbles by nearly 6% on Thursday night to hit 823 yuan per tonne. The most-traded contracts of steel rebar, coking coal and hot-rolled coil are sliding nearly 4% and coke down more than 3 . . .

 

 

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