terça-feira, 15 de novembro de 2016

Na bolsa chinesa de Commodities Dalian , "futuro do minério de ferro" caiu 6%......em Singapura, "futuro do minério de ferro" fechou em queda de 8,2%", por Reuters

Você lê preços de minério de ferro em vários lugares.....isso porque a "commodity" é negociada em vários portos. Obviamente, por ser o maior importador do mundo, o minério de ferro importado pelo porto da China é o que chama mais atenção.

Abaixo, 2 indicadores de 2 fechamentos do minério de ferro nos mercados asiáticos.

1 no porto de Dalian, na China, outro, em Singapura

Em Dalian, a commodity fechou com queda de 6%...em Singapura, com queda de 8,2%

Quando você acompanha o "futuro do minério de ferro pela "Nymex", os preços ainda são outros, como você pode ver no link aqui: http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/metals/ferrous/iron-ore-62pct-fe-cfr-china-tsi-swap-futures.html

Vamos a matéria da Reuters , com os fechamentos asiáticos


COMMODITIES | Tue Nov 15, 2016 | 4:08am EST
Iron ore retreats with Chinese steel, coal after frenzied rally

By Manolo Serapio Jr | MANILA
Iron ore futures in Asia dropped sharply on Tuesday, after a frenzied rally over the past week to multi-year highs, as weaker Chinese steel prices tamed bullish bets on the raw material.

Some analysts say the rally in iron ore that saw the benchmark spot price soaring 23 percent last week - its biggest such gain ever - may have been driven more by speculative play.

At nearly 108 million tonnes, stocks of iron ore at Chinese ports remain close to a two-year high, while coal supply in the country was limited amid shuttered mines. Copper inventory on London Metal Exchange warehouses has dropped to their lowest since August.

"We understand the moves in metallurgical coal and copper given inventory levels, but we believe iron ore is simply being pulled up with the whole commodity complex," Clarksons Platou Securities analyst Jeremy Sussman said in a note.

The most-traded January iron ore on the Dalian Commodity Exchange closed down 6 percent at the exchange-set floor of 591 yuan ($86) a ton, after hitting a 33-month high of 656.50 yuan on Monday.

On the Singapore Exchange, January iron ore dived 8.2 percent to $68.50 a ton.

Activity in the physical iron ore market was limited, traders said, after recent deals that lifted the benchmark spot price to a more than two-year high at near $80 a ton.

Iron ore for delivery to China's Tianjin port was unchanged at $79.70 a ton on Monday, according to The Steel Index. Traders say the spot benchmark could drop on Tuesday following a slide in futures markets.

Chinese spot steel prices also retreated along with futures, traders said.

China's crude steel production will decline to around 750 million to 800 million tonnes a year by 2020, the country's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on Monday.

Consumption will slow to 650-700 million tonnes by then, compared with demand of 700 million tonnes in 2015, it said.

That suggests China's steel production will drop by 1 percent annually between 2017 and 2020, said Argonaut Securities analyst Helen Lau.

The most-active rebar on the Shanghai Futures Exchange dropped 6 percent to close at its downside limit of 2,858 yuan a ton, after touching 3,220 yuan on Monday, its strongest since May 2014.

Dalian coking coal dropped 6 percent and coke tumbled 8.6 percent.

(Reporting by Manolo Serapio Jr.; Editing by Himani Sarkar and Sherry Jacob-Phillips)