Iron ore global glut deepens

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Iron ore with 62 percent content at the Chinese port of Qingdao dropped 0.7 percent to $87.70 a dry ton today, the lowest since October 2009, according to data compiled by Metal Bulletin Ltd. The raw material fell for a ninth day in the worst run since September 2013.

Spot iron ore prices have fallen more than 34 percent this year. The rout, fuelled by excess supplies, has forced Chinese steel mills to resell some cargoes back to the market as global miners kept on ramping up output.

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