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By Marc Jones, Reuters | May 5, 2016
By Matt Weller | December 22, 2015
Because we’re entering what is historically one of the quietest periods for markets, we’ll be taking the opportunity to take a longer-term view of many major FX pairs and markets over the next two weeks, starting with AUD/USD today.
By Frank Holmes | September 1, 2015
Beijing is clearly undergoing a massive transformation right now.
By Matt Weller | August 18, 2015
If copper is unable to recover from its big breakdown, it would bode ill for the Australian dollar.
By Elisabeth Behrmann | January 22, 2013
The world’s largest mining company forecast 10% compound annual output growth to the end of fiscal 2014, boosted by increased volumes in iron ore, copper and petroleum.
By Phoebe Sideman and Isaac Arnsdorf, Bloomberg | December 27, 2012
Iron ore is rallying the most in about two years as analysts predict that China, the biggest buyer, will import a record amount in 2013 as its accelerating economic growth spurs demand for steel.
By Phil Burgert | February 8, 2012
In iron ore, it’s the Pacific that counts. The steel industry, and thus iron ore activity, is now concentrated there