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Chinese steel prices fall to the lowest level since trading in rebar futures began in Shanghai...

Chinese steel prices fall to the lowest level since trading in rebar futures began in Shanghai in 2009. The country's demand growth has slowed to 4% this year from double-digits for the last decade. Gloomy steel and iron ore traders may take some comfort from Beijing's acknowledgement of the need for stimulus (see railway investment).
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