Iron Ore price fell in April 2022 to a current level of 151.25, down from 152.07 last month and 179.83 one year ago. This is a change of -0.54% from the previous month and -15.89% from one year ago. Iron ore prices fell amid fears of the increasing number of cases of COVID-19 in Beijing, China.
Considering that the current price of 62 percent iron ore for delivery to north China is once again near to $150 a ton, as evaluated by commodities price monitoring agency Argus, it’s not hard to understand why Beijing wants to decrease the price of steel raw material.
After a long-awaited assessment of the facility’s export capability, Port Hedland, Australia’s most profitable export business, will be allowed to boost its iron ore exports significantly.
In China’s total iron ore imports, Australian iron ore will fall below 60 percent in 2022. Due to weather disruptions and labor shortage worries, Australian iron ore shipments to China remained robust in January despite rising market prices.
The Gudai-Darri project’s new greenfields mine has been delayed, resulting in a somewhat weaker-than-expected iron ore shipping prediction from Rio Tinto on Tuesday. According to a statement from the world’s largest iron ore producer, it aims to export between 320 and 335 million tonnes (Mt) of iron ore out of the Pilbara area in Western […]
Both companies have held early conversations regarding the possibility of developing Vale’s Serpentina deposit, which is adjacent to Anglo American’s Minas-Rio iron ore plant in Brazil, together, according to Anglo American’s press release. While Anglo did not disclose the specifics of its “processing and logistical infrastructure,” Vale has said that the cooperation might use Anglo’s […]
In 2021, the price of iron ore took a wild journey. In May, prices soared to a high of $237 per tonne before plummeting to around $85 in November on China’s vow to cut steel production. The iron ore price surge was considered to be over in November. However, in recent weeks, the metal has […]
It’s been a year unlike any other. Iron ore, a leading indicator of the Chinese economy and a major driver of the Australian currency, is enjoying its wildest year ever. Prices soared to a high of more than $230 a tonne in May, plummeted to around $85 in November as a result of a government […]
Hochschild Mining, a British mining concern, will challenge Peruvian government plans to speed up the closure of numerous mines in the southern Ayacucho area due to environmental concerns. Hochschild owns Pallancata and Inmaculada, which account for 80% of the British company’s yearly gold and silver output. The firm expects to generate more than 60% of […]
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