Iron Ore Storms Higher as Futures Top Close During April’s BoomBy
Commodity ‘has seen an interesting demand change,’ IG says
China’s steel mills notched record daily production in June
Bruised in 2013, beaten in 2014 and then battered in 2015, iron ore is now battling back. Futures in China surged on Monday above the closing high seen during the height of a speculative boom in April as factory gauges signaled stimulus continues to bolster manufacturing in the top producer.
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