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Reuters reported iron ore prices fell further below $90 a tonne to its weakest since October 2009 as steel demand in China reached an all-time low. As quoted in the market news: Iron ore prices have dropped 36 percent since early July, the main casualty among industrial commodities of China’s slowdown, and analysts say they […]

Reuters reported iron ore prices fell further below $90 a tonne to its weakest since October 2009 as steel demand in China reached an all-time low.

As quoted in the market news:

Iron ore prices have dropped 36 percent since early July, the main casualty among industrial commodities of China’s slowdown, and analysts say they have further to fall.

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