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· Coal prices to fire up as heating season approaches

2017-09-27

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

2017-09-20

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

2017-09-18

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

2017-09-18

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

2017-09-18

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to 5 percent in 2017 compared with last year, said a trade body official on Saturday, despite the closure of small outdated mills as surging prices prompted larger players to churn out more metal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

2017-09-15

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

2017-09-15

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

2017-09-14

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

2017-09-12

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

2017-09-12

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

2017-09-12

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

2017-09-11

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

2017-09-01

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

2017-08-31

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

2017-08-30

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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