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  • In a Wednesday securities filing, Bradesco said Brazil's Federal Regional Court of the 1st Region acquitted Trabuco of charges he participated in a plan to avoid the fine imposed by Brazil's Tax Revenue Service. The accusations against Trabuco, one of Brazil's most influential power brokers, came as a series of corruption scandals at state firms rattled...

  • MELBOURNE, June 15- Eastern Australia's power grid will be stretched again if fierce heatwaves hit over the next two summers, despite recent government steps to beef up supply, the nation's electricty market operator said on Thursday. The latest outlook from the Australian Energy Market Operator comes three months after it warned that Australia's most...

  • *China steel output hit 72.26 mln T in May. BEIJING, June 14- China's steel output rose 1.8 percent in May from a year earlier, data from the country's statistics bureau showed on Wednesday, with mills in the world's top producer buoyed by robust margins despite government efforts to curb excess capacity. The most-traded rebar futures gained more than a quarter...

  • enforcement of rules under a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement to guard against Mexico, the United States and Canada becoming a dumping ground for cheap steel from other countries. AISI members include ArcelorMittal USA, Nucor Corp, U.S. Steel and AK Steel Holding Corp.. He said while Mexico and Canada did not manipulate their currencies, a...

  • *Copper support at $5,785, near 100- day moving average. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange was down 0.2 percent at $5,795 a tonne at 0930 GMT and compared with Friday's two-month high at $5,832. CHINA DATA: China's economy is expected to show steady growth in May, buoyed by solid gains in trade and investment as economic ties with the United States take a...

  • BRUSSELS, June 9- The European Union has set duties of up to 35.9 percent on imports of hot-rolled flat steel from China to counter what it says are unfair subsidies in a finding challenged by Beijing. She added that she hoped global discussions on steel overcapacity would eventually convince China to end unfair schemes to ensure a level playing field for all...

  • GENEVA, June 9- India has complained to the World Trade Organization that the United States has failed to drop anti-subsidy duties on certain Indian steel products after losing an earlier ruling, a document published by the WTO said on Friday. India said the United States had failed to meet an April 2016 deadline to comply with a WTO ruling that faulted it for...

  • GENEVA, June 9- India has complained to the World Trade Organization that the United States has failed to drop anti-subsidy duties on certain Indian steel products after losing an earlier ruling, a document published by the WTO said on Friday.

  • BRUSSELS, June 9- The European Union has set duties of up to 35.9 percent on imports of hot-rolled flat steel from China to counter what it says are unfair subsidies in a finding challenged by Beijing. She added that she hoped global discussions on steel overcapacity would eventually convince China to end unfair schemes to ensure a level playing field for all...

  • *China May CPI +1.5 pct y/y. BEIJING, June 9- China's producer price inflation eased for the third straight month in May on tumbling prices of raw materials, signaling a broader cooling in economic activity as profits are squeezed by slackening domestic demand and rising financing costs. China's producer price index rose 5.5 percent in May from a year earlier, the...

  • Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Thursday that a national security review of the U.S. steel industry will be completed "very shortly" and will seek to protect the interests of both domestic steel producers and consumers. Ross told a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing that he believes there is "a genuine national security issue that must be...

  • *China May trade data stronger than forecast, picks up from April. *Trade surplus $40.81 bln; surplus with U.S. highest since Nov. BEIJING, June 8- China reported stronger-than-anticipated exports and imports for May despite falling commodity prices, suggesting the economy is holding up better than expected despite rising lending rates and a cooling property...

  • *China steel exports up 7.6 pct from April. BEIJING/ MANILA, June 8- China's iron ore imports rose 5.5 percent in May from a year earlier, recovering from a six-month low in April, as mills in the top steelmaking nation scooped up more raw material as they posted strong profits. Imports of iron ore last month reached 91.52 million tonnes, according to data from the...

  • Copper: China imported 390,000 tonnes, versus 300,000 tonnes in April. Crude oil: China imported 37.20 million tonnes, versus 34.39 million tonnes in April. Iron ore: China imported 91.52 million tonnes, versus 82.23 million tonnes in April.

  • Copper: China imported 390,000 tonnes, versus 300,000 tonnes in April. Crude oil: China imported 37.20 million tonnes, versus 34.39 million tonnes in April. "China's May crude imports were mainly driven by purchases from some Shandong based independent refineries that had sent China's crude imports to a record high in March.

  • Copper: China imported 390,000 tonnes, versus 300,000 tonnes in April. Crude oil: China imported 37.20 million tonnes, versus 34.39 million tonnes in April. Iron ore: China imported 91.52 million tonnes, versus 82.23 million tonnes in April.

  • Copper: China imported 390,000 tonnes, versus 300,000 tonnes in April. Crude oil: China imported 37.20 million tonnes, versus 34.39 million tonnes in April. Iron ore: China imported 91.52 million tonnes, versus 82.23 million tonnes in April.

  • Copper: China imported 390,000 tonnes, versus 300,000 tonnes in April. Crude oil: China imported 37.20 million tonnes, versus 34.39 million tonnes in April. Iron ore: China imported 91.52 million tonnes, versus 82.23 million tonnes in April.

  • MEXICO CITY, June 5- Steel trade groups representing Canada, the United States and Mexico said that any upgrade to the North American Free Trade Agreement should require that manufacturers use more steel produced in the region in their products. Mexican officials have said that stricter rules of origin in some industries could be one way for companies in North...

  • *reuters:// realtime/verb= Open/url= cpurl:// apps.cp./ Apps/econ-polls? RIC= CNEXP %3 DEC I export poll. *New May loans f'cast 900 bln yuan.