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China news Slowing China demand for Australian iron

China News Slowing China Demand For Australian Iron

Jun 01, 2021 1214pm Jun 1, 2021. Chinas push to diversify its iron ore supplies away from Australian miners is a case of not if, but when, an expert warns, and one impact would be a hit to property prices ...

Recovery in Chinas iron ore demand may be shortlived

Recovery In Chinas Iron Ore Demand May Be Shortlived

Sep 07, 2021 Chinas iron ore imports rose for the first time in five months in August, but analysts say the bounce in demand for Australias most valuable export commodity will prove short-lived.

Potential collapse of Chinese property developer

Potential Collapse Of Chinese Property Developer

Sep 22, 2021 Australian iron ore producers risk being used as a pawn in Beijings geopolitical power play against Canberra, a leading thinktank has warned, amid concerns Chinese demand

How China is moving beyond Australia for its iron ore

How China Is Moving Beyond Australia For Its Iron Ore

Apr 08, 2021 Welcoming the world into the year 2021 was the news that China would accelerate its work on iron ore projects in Africa and Australia, a reminder of the countrys intention to bolster its own supply for steelmaking as well as its strength as an influencer on the global market. Australia has long been Chinas go-to for iron ore, with Australias vast iron ore production and the proximity of the

How deteriorating ChinaAustralia relations could affect

How Deteriorating Chinaaustralia Relations Could Affect

May 18, 2021 Near-term, we do not expect the bilateral tension to have a major impact on the iron ore trade as there is no immediate source of iron ore units to replace Australia, UBS said. As things stand, China imports around 60 per cent of its iron ore from Australia. Concurrently, iron ore sales to China make up around 70 per cent of Australian exports.

Resources and Energy Quarterly

Resources And Energy Quarterly

The iron ore price has risen sharply in recent months, supported by robust demand in China linked to government stimulus measures. The iron ore price is expected to remain well above US$100 a tonne until mid-2021 before easing to just over US$75 by the end of 2022. Australian export volumes are expected to grow from 858 million tonnes

Australia and China An Iron Ore Partnership for the

Australia And China An Iron Ore Partnership For The

The huge rise in Chinese demand over the past decade has caught Australian iron ore producers and other producers around the world by surprise. The seaborne market for iron ore, for example, increased from about 500 million

Iron ore shakes off China production restrictions

Iron Ore Shakes Off China Production Restrictions

Apr 16, 2021 While China has sought to curb emissions in the steel-making city of Tangshan by restricting production, demand has remained robust, particularly for higher grades of iron ore

RBA Chinese demand for Australian iron ore and coal is

Rba Chinese Demand For Australian Iron Ore And Coal Is

Nov 10, 2017 Over the longer term, growth in Chinese demand for the inputs to steel production is likely to slow, which will affect the outlook for Australias iron ore and coking coal exports, the ...

Box A The Chinese Steel Market and Demand for Bulk

Box A The Chinese Steel Market And Demand For Bulk

such as Australia, which is the worlds largest exporter of both commodities. Over the longer term, growth in Chinese demand for the inputs to steel production is likely to slow, which will affect the outlook for Australias iron ore and coking coal exports. Stronger demand from other emerging economies could offset this to some extent ...

Chinese demand for ironore affect Australias production

Chinese Demand For Ironore Affect Australias Production

31 Aug 2015 , Red-hot demand for iron ore (from which iron is extracted), driven by such countries , economys ongoing slowdown is having a major impact on iron ore demand , a top Australian iron ore producer, Chinese demand has helped iron ore , Chinese steel production was down in

Resources and Energy Quarterly

Resources And Energy Quarterly

Chinese demand for iron is likely at its peak, with a decline expected over the next 10 years as a growing share of its steel production is drawn from domestic recycling. This will result in reduced Chinese dependence on the seaborne iron ore market. While demand continues to evolve, iron ore supply is expected to remain

Potential collapse of Chinese property developer

Potential Collapse Of Chinese Property Developer

Sep 22, 2021 Tom Price mine in Western Australia. The price of iron ore has fallen by more than half since May, in the wake of Chinese curbs on steel production, and Australian producers are vulnerable, a ...

How China is moving beyond Australia for its iron ore

How China Is Moving Beyond Australia For Its Iron Ore

Apr 08, 2021 Australia has long been Chinas go-to for iron ore, with Australias vast iron ore production and the proximity of the two countries making for a productive relationship. Australia is the largest source of feed for Chinas steel mills, with around 60% of Chinas iron ore imports originating from Australian mines.

ChinaAustralia relations high iron ore prices may

Chinaaustralia Relations High Iron Ore Prices May

Dec 22, 2020 China imported 1.04 billion tonnes of iron ore in 2019, with 660 million tonnes coming from Australia, mainly via Rio Tinto, BHP and Fortescue Metals Group.

Box A The Effects of Changes in Iron Ore Prices

Box A The Effects Of Changes In Iron Ore Prices

This follows a very large increase in prices over the 2000s as the growth in global demand for iron ore, particularly from China, exceeded the growth in global supply. In time, this led to a substantial expansion of global iron ore capacity and production, including in Australia.

Steelmaking province in China cuts output to impact ore

Steelmaking Province In China Cuts Output To Impact Ore

Mar 10, 2021 China, the worlds top producer of iron and steel, imports 60 percent of iron ore from Australia. In January and February, China imported 181.506 million tons of iron ore

Iron ore extends rout on weakening China demand outlook

Iron Ore Extends Rout On Weakening China Demand Outlook

Aug 20, 2021 The spot price of iron ore plunged near 15 per cent on Thursday, extending a rapid retreat, as demand for the steel-making material seemingly fades

Iron ore price falls on China demand worries

Iron Ore Price Falls On China Demand Worries

Oct 13, 2021 The most-traded January iron ore contract on Chinas Dalian Commodity Exchange ended daytime trading 5.9% lower at 731 yuan ($113.32) a tonne, after a five-session rally.

Australias iron ore exports to China strong but weak

Australias Iron Ore Exports To China Strong But Weak

Jul 21, 2020 Australias department of industry expects the long-term performance of its iron ore exports to be positive, with Chinas demand set to remain strong in the future given a need for it to rely ...

Vales weaker production China demand supports iron ore

Vales Weaker Production China Demand Supports Iron Ore

Feb 05, 2021 Strong global iron ore demand and imports in January, and persistently strong crude steel and pig iron production in China, leading to an increase in product inventory, may have boosted trader confidence. SP Global Platts IODEX 62% Fe fines index rose 3.95% to $158.05 on Feb. 4 from the prior session, in the first trading day after Vale ...

Iron ore futures possible paths for Australias biggest

Iron Ore Futures Possible Paths For Australias Biggest

Iron ore futures possible paths for Australias biggest trade with China. The iron ore market is wrong-footing forecasters again, as it has throughout the past 20 years. No one expected the iron ore price to surpass US$200 a tonne as it did in May, and no one predicted it

Australia and China An Iron Ore Partnership for the

Australia And China An Iron Ore Partnership For The

Iron ore is, of course, a critical component of bilateral trade between Australia and China, accounting for over half of Australias merchandise exports to China. This trading relationship goes back a long way. Australia first began to sell iron ore to China as far back as 1973, only one year after

Power crunch supports metal prices despite fading demand

Power Crunch Supports Metal Prices Despite Fading Demand

Oct 18, 2021 This is already visible in iron ore prices, which have plummeted from early summer highs. China consumes 70% of iron ore globally, and over 60% of the steel produced from the said iron

Australian iron ore under pressure as demand for steel

Australian Iron Ore Under Pressure As Demand For Steel

Nov 24, 2018 Iron ore price plummeting. Speculation over less severe steel production cuts in China in the months ahead is helping to bolster demand for lower and mid-tier iron ore grades at the expense of higher quality ore. This time of year is traditionally a period of weak steel demand in China but steel output from the mills has remained strong ...

How deteriorating ChinaAustralia relations could affect

How Deteriorating Chinaaustralia Relations Could Affect

May 17, 2021 As things stand, China imports around 60 per cent of its iron ore from Australia. Concurrently, iron ore sales to China make up around 70 per cent of

Column Iron ore and China steel output arent sticking to

Column Iron Ore And China Steel Output Arent Sticking To

Apr 22, 2021 The China steel and iron ore market narrative for 2021 was supposed to be pollution-led curbs on steel output, coupled with rising iron ore supply, leading to lower prices.

3 ways the collapse of Evergrande will hurt the Australian

3 Ways The Collapse Of Evergrande Will Hurt The Australian

Oct 03, 2021 This trade has made iron ore Australias most valuable export commodity, worth an estimated AU$149 billion in the 2020-2021 financial year. About 75% went to China . Any drop in Chinese demand ...

New high for iron ore a boost for Australias resources

New High For Iron Ore A Boost For Australias Resources

Apr 28, 2021 He said the high iron ore prices are being driven by strong Chinese production and demand for steel as well as ongoing supply shortfalls from worlds second largest exporter Brazil. Steel production in China hit a near record 94 million tonnes in March, up 19.1 per cent on the past year.

After China announced steel production restrictions

After China Announced Steel Production Restrictions

Aug 06, 2021 Data show that Chinas iron ore imports fell to 89.417 million tons in June this year, 373000 tons less than in May (89.79 million tons). It can be predicted that Australia, which is also the main source of Chinas iron ore, may also be unable to escape the reduction in iron ore exports.

Australia relaxed over Chinas changes to iron ore export

Australia Relaxed Over Chinas Changes To Iron Ore Export

May 21, 2020 It brought in 358.4m tonnes of the steelmaking ingredient in the first four months of the year as demand from mills surged. And Australia is Chinas largest source of iron ore

Dependence on Australian iron ore set to decline Capital

Dependence On Australian Iron Ore Set To Decline Capital

May 26, 2021 In the short-run, China has no choice but to grit its teeth and keep buying Australian iron ore, even as bilateral ties continue to fray. But this dependence will diminish over time thanks to increased supply from other sources, greater use of recycled steel and a structural decline in Chinese steel demand. It may be feasible for China to cut off Australian iron ore shipments by the middle of ...

COLUMNStorm clouds gather over iron ore outlook with

Columnstorm Clouds Gather Over Iron Ore Outlook With

Oct 19, 2021 This is a price more in line with a balanced market, where demand from China, which buys about 70% of global seaborne iron ore, remains firm and supply from top exporters Australia

Demand softening Iron ore prices are down 25 but curbs

Demand Softening Iron Ore Prices Are Down 25 But Curbs

Aug 12, 2021 The sharp fall in iron ore prices has mainly been a demand-side story, after policymakers in China announced plans to curb 2021 steel production in line with 2020 levels. The revised targets implied a sharp decline (12% annualised) in the second half of the year, given robust production levels in H1.

Chinese steel stockpiles retreating a positive indicator

Chinese Steel Stockpiles Retreating A Positive Indicator

And with that comes a commodity-intensive growth which is in turn likely to positively affect demand for iron ore and increase freight rates for the vessels that carry it. Source Eastgate ...

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