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11 Jun

Ferrous futures reopen with slumps

On the first trading day after the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, Chinese rebar and hot rolled coil futures slumped to two-month lows as the whole market saw low demand and no new policy stimulus, Kallanish notes. On the Shanghai Futures Exchange, the most-traded October 2024 rebar contract closed at CNY 3,597/tonne ($496/t) on Tuesday, down CNY 58/t compared with the prior trading day, 7 June. The same contract for HRC …
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