Rio Tinto says it's on track to meet FY iron ore shipment guidance from its Australian mines, underscoring robust Chinese demand. » Read More
Despite strong GDP growth, demand still remains weak, warns James McIntyre, Australia chief economist at Macquarie.
Asian markets joined the slump in global equities, as the U.S. dollar strengthened and oil prices lost ground.
European markets ended sharply lower on Tuesday as earnings from major banks disappointed, and a sharp decline in mining stocks weighed.
European equities finished mixed as investors digested a whole raft of new earnings, ahead of a number of important central bank meetings this week.
European stocks ended trade in the red, amid weak sentiment across the globe, as a sharp decline in mining stocks weighed on the wider benchmarks.
European stocks finished in negative territory on Friday as sharp losses in the autos and basic resources sectors dragged the wider benchmarks lower.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday, as crude oil prices pared losses.
Some of the world's biggest iron ore miners are slashing output targets, a move likely to fuel price gains for the commodity.
European stock indexes closed higher on Tuesday, as a sharp tick-up in oil prices and commodity stocks boosted sentiment.
Rio Tinto on Tuesday cut its 2017 production guidance from its Australian iron ore mines due to a delay in the roll out of its Autohaul technology.
The iron ore rally this year puts the revenue of major miner Rio Tinto "in good stead," says Fat Prophets' resources analyst, David Lennox.
European stocks closed higher on Monday, as investors tried to shake off concerns as oil prices pared losses.
Rio Tinto is well-placed to take advantage of improving commodity prices, says Paradigm Securities' resources head, Barry Dawes.
European stocks ended sharply higher on Wednesday, helped by a rally in mining and banking stocks, following better-than-expected China export data.
Arrium on Thursday was placed in voluntary administration after the collapse of a recapitalization plan amid a bleak outlook for commodities.
European equities closed higher on Monday, despite oil prices and a number of telecom stocks falling into negative territory.
European markets closed mostly higher on Tuesday as investors eyed the volatile trade in commodity markets, ahead of Yellen's speech.
As stock markets lost steam this week, "Fast Money" traders discussed how they would play a possible sustained pullback.
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European markets ended sharply lower on Thursday as fresh concerns over U.S. rate hikes and losses in commodity markets dragged on sentiment.