Iron Ore Prices Rise Pre-emptively on Easing Along China’s Property Curve

Iron ore had the bears out in full force just a month or so ago, with the China attempt to “destroy Australia”, the shipping crisis and more. Analysts were anticipating demand for iron ore to collapse as China reduced its steel production. Targets were lowered to US$65 to $85 a tonne by many of the larger groups.  Here we are the most actively traded iron ore futures on the Dalian Commodity Exchange for May delivery closed 3.9% higher at 714 … Continue reading “Iron Ore Prices Rise Pre-emptively on Easing Along China’s Property Curve”

Iron Ore Stocks Rally On Chile, US Tax and China Clean Air Reform

Tax Reform euphoria saw the Dow hit it’s 70th high for the year today and leading iron ore stocks went up with it. Leading iron ore stocks, $RIO, $BHP and $VALE have been receiving a boost with China’s clean air program, we also got positive election news for miners in Chile.