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Iron ore starts week in good shape

METAL commodities start the new week on the back of another soft session Friday, when copper was little changed but zinc and nickel lost around 2%.

Iron ore starts week in good shape

As the Denver Gold Forum kicks off ths week, the precious metal remains in its recent  US$1900-1950/oz trading range, while iron ore continues to revel in its new form line above $120/t. So far as news...

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