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Wheat Declines as Rain From Europe to Australia May Boost Supply

Wheat dropped for a third day, heading for a second weekly loss, as rain in parts of Australia boost soil

China coal prices now close to bottom – exec

Chinese coal prices are now close to their bottom after a long decline brought about by slowing

China steel demand grows in positive way, but at slower pace

The slower growth of China's steel demand in 2014 and 2015 was keeping with the the country's economic

BHP, Rio to be hit by lower steel demand

Global steel demand is forecast to decline this year as the Chinese economy slows from its breakneck speed, raising concerns about the impact it will

China steel, iron ore slip on weak data, may stall spot ore rally

Chinese steel and iron ore futures retreated on Thursday as customs data showed exports from the world's No. 2 economy

Iron-Ore Bear Market Deepens as Aussie Mines Expand

The world is mining more iron ore than steelmakers need. Australia, the largest supplier, sent 504 ships from Port Hedland during

Nordea Limits Commodities Trading as Profit Review Nears Its End

Nordea Bank AB (NDA) has reduced trading at its commodities unit as the Nordic region’s largest bank nears

Thakurani mines closure order to hit iron ore supplies to JSPL

The Odisha’s Directorate of Mines has ordered the closure of Sarda Mines Pvt. Ltd-owned Thakurani mines

Guinea report says strip BSGR, Vale JV of 2 iron ore permits

A Guinea government report recommended that BSG Resources (BSGR) and its joint venture partner, Brazilian

Ministry formulating long-term policies on minerals, coal

The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry is working with mineral and coal industry players to formulate

China's Baosteel cuts main product prices for May

China's Baoshan Iron and Steel (Baosteel) will cut its major product prices for May delivery by as much as 100

Tokyo Steel lifts scrap purchasing prices after monthly auction

Tokyo Steel Manufacturing, Japan's leading mini-mill, will increase its scrap purchase prices by Yen 500/mt

Wheat Extends Decline as Global Supplies Seen Increasing by USDA

Wheat fell for a second day after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said stockpiles in the U.S., the biggest exporter, will be

Iron ore prices to stay flat in medium term: Sanlam Securities analyst

Iron ore prices of just under $120/mt are likely to stay flat in the medium term, with some softening

Ruddy outlook for iron ore

By 2015, when global economic recovery spurs infrastructure investments, demand for iron ore will

BHP Billiton Limited to brave depressed coal market

Despite delivering a rather bleak outlook for the foreseeable future of coal, BHP Billiton Limited

Chinese coal miners say Shanxi govt to extend waiver on fees

China's Shanxi province, the country's second-largest coal-producing area, will continue to suspend ancillary

Commodity Prices Seen Easing on Gluts, China Demand, IMF Says

Commodity prices will ease further this year and next amid slowing growth in China and increased supplies of raw materials ranging

Iron ore at six-week high, further gains seen

Spot iron ore prices rose to the highest since February as firmer steel demand encouraged Chinese mills to restock, helping the raw material recover nearly 13 percent

Worldsteel Short Range Outlook 2014-2015

The World Steel Association (worldsteel) today released its Short Range Outlook (SRO) for 2014 and 2015. worldsteel forecasts that global apparent steel use will
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