Australian government: Iron ore price increasing

In a new analysis, the Australian government's Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics estimates that the iron ore price will stabilize after spending five years at a very low level, according to Bloomberg.
Photo: Vale
Photo: Vale

The supply of iron ore has for five years significantly surpassed the demand, a development that has kept the prices down. Now several mining companies look set to close mines, thus reducing the supply, and this will bring the price back on track, says the Australian Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics in an analysis, according to Bloomberg.

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