If China is slowing, why won’t iron price fall?

Strong Australian exports to China has helped settle iron ore market concerns about slower growth.

The iron ore price has, so far, remained stubbornly well above the sub-US$100 a tonne levels reached during 2012 when fears of a Chinese hard landing rattled the market, thanks in part to continuing strong levels of Chinese imports of Australian goods.


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