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Iron ore price hits 10-year high on rising steel demand



According to Fastmarkets MB, Benchmark 62% Fe fines imported into Northern China (CFR Qingdao) were changing hands for $178.43 a tonne on Friday – the highest level since 2011.

Goldman Sachs see prices falling back to $110 a tonne by the fourth quarter

The high-grade Brazilian index (65% Fe fines) also advanced to a record high of $211.10 a tonne.

“Steel margins in China are very attractive at the moment, so even with the restrictions in Tangshan, other producers have every incentive…

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