Iron Ore CFR China 62% Fe Fines Futures - May 22 (SGXIOSc1)

133.10
-1.19(-0.89%)
  • Prev. Close:
    133.1
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    131.75 - 134.80
  • Type:Commodity
  • Group:Energy

Iron ore fines 62% Fe CFR Futures Overview

Prev. Close
133.1
Month
May 22
Tick Size
0.01
Open
93.6
Contract Size
500 dry metric tons
Tick Value
1
Day's Range
131.75-134.8
Settlement Type
Cash
Base Symbol
-
52 wk Range
90.56-219.67
Settlement Day
05/31/2022
Point Value
1 = $100
1-Year Change
-35.38%
Last Rollover Day
-
Months
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  • Iron Ore 62 - 64% delivery (FOB) 87,00 USD/MT. Origin North of Chile.
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    • Do we have chance to fall under 100 before the summer ? any oppinion?
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      • I dont think so. China and European countries under high demand if the War UKR/RUS still active.
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    • Looking for the best freight rate from Pisco - Peru to Qingdao for Iron ores
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      • About 48 to 56 USD/MT
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    • Anyone likes the topic?
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      • Supply of Iron Ore Fe 55% - 58% - 62% - 64% (SELLING)Origin: CHILEPrice 1) 55% - 58% CIF China USD86,00 / MT fixed priced revised every six monthsPrice 2) 55% - 58% CIF China PLATTS CFR 58% -10% (discount 10%)Price 3) 62 – 64% CIF China USD 120,00 / MT fixed priced revised every six monthsPrice 4) 62 – 64% CIF China PLATTS CFR 62% -10% (discount 10%)Payment 1) SBLC MT760 - ConfirmedPayment 2) DLC MT 700 – TransferablePB: 2% seller guaranteeOffer date: March 18th, 2022Validity: March 25th, 2022
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        • The Australia is receiving lots of enquiries various countries due to the fact they have a stable work force,so there are many other market's once china starts to not play by World Rules of Business.
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          • agree. is this the official Iron ore futures chart that everyone follows?
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        • The Australia is receiving lots of enquiries various countries due to the fact they have a stable work force,so there are many other market's once china starts to not play by World Rules of Business.
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          • It effectively is a cartel - Vale, Rio Tinto, BHP, and some Fortesceu make up the bulk. True Iron ore exists elsewhere - but not as high quality and in such high volumes. So while they dont call it a cartel it effectively sort of is - they all pretty much follow each other price wise and dont deviate / disrupt much. John
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            • Chinese real estate is deflating. So the prices are falling. Expecting a chinese stimulus very soon. But there will be no public announcement. They is no way out for china except construction
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              • why it's fallen..??
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                • China
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