- Global iron ore prices are expected to trade in a range just below current levels in Q4 and beyond, miners Vale (VALE -0.7%) and Fortescue Metals (FSUMF.PK, FSUGY.OB) say, reflecting optimism Chinese demand will stay resilient.
- A top Vale executive expects more moderate demand growth but no big decline in China, the world's top iron ore consumer; he predicts prices of $120-$130/metric ton in Q4.
- Vale's expansion plans to raise annual production capacity to 480M metric tons by 2018 from 306M this year remain intact, the exec also says.
Vale sees iron ore prices holding up on Chinese demand
Sep 25 2013, 10:59 ET