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· Coal prices to fire up as heating season approaches


Coal prices in China may continue to rise during the upcoming heating season, despite the endeavors of regulators to stabilize them, due to strong demand and overcapacity reduction, experts said

· China steel steady amid positive outlook, iron ore firm


Chinese steel and iron ore futures steadied on Tuesday after a three-day decline, underpinned by expectations that steel prices will be supported by planned production cuts in the country during winter to fight smog

· China's lead output in August lowest since November - stats bureau


China s lead output in August fell to its lowest since November while zinc output fell 4 6 percent from a year earlier, the latest sign that the government s environmental crackdown has roiled the production of critical metals, data showed on Monday

· Record premium for high-grade iron ore amid smog fight


The gap between high-grade and low-grade iron ore shot to a record this week as China s intense environmental clean-up pushed more steel producers to use higher quality material to boost output

· China's 2017 steel output to rise despite mill closures


China s steel output is expected to grow 3 percent to 5 percent in 2017 compared with last year, said a trade body official on Saturday, despite the closure of small outdated mills as surging prices prompted larger players to churn out more metal

· China August coal production drops to lowest in 10 months


China s monthly coal production fell in August from a month earlier, hitting its lowest since October 2016 as producers reduced output in the wake of major accidents in cuts that helped push domestic coal prices to a new high

· Supply lift hits rebar futures prices


Rebar futures prices slumped over 100 yuan ($15 26) per ton yesterday following a rebound in supply and ebbing investment

· Prices of rare earths gyrate as demand expands


Several factors have been causing the prices of rare-earth metals and materials to fluctuate widely, including crackdowns on pollution and illegal mining, State stockpiling and industry consolidation, analysts said

· China iron ore futures fall for 5th day, but outlook still upbeat


Chinese iron ore futures fell to their weakest level in almost a month on Monday, dropping for a fifth session along with steel prices as investors pared positions in the two commodities, although the outlook for demand remained bright

· Dong Energy to build world's biggest offshore wind farm in Britain


Denmark s DONG Energy has been awarded a contract to build a record-sized offshore wind farm in Britain, the company announced on Monday

· Rare earths price defying gravity


The price of rare earths may fluctuate at high levels in the next months, according to a research note from China Merchants Securities

· Oil futures on the horizon


China, the world s largest crude importer, is moving swiftly toward the introduction of oil futures

· China steel rises for 4th straight month after upbeat PMI


Chinese rebar steel futures rose nearly 2 percent on Thursday and posted their fourth monthly gain in a row after data showed growth in the country s manufacturing sector sped up in August, underpinning the outlook for steel demand

· China's iron ore falls but demand seen intact


Chinese iron ore futures dropped more than 2 percent on Wednesday as a slide in steel prices dragged down the raw material, although firm steel demand in the world s top consumer of the metal is expected to cap any losses

· China steel futures end flat after early drop


China s steel rebar futures closed nearly flat on Tuesday after a slide during morning trade, with investors still wondering whether a recent rally is sustainable amid uncertainty over future prospects for exports to the United States

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