Iron ore markets look set to spring back to life

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Activity across iron ore markets looks set to pickup on Monday as China returns from Labour Day holidays.

Chinese commodity futures, including Dalian iron ore, will resume trade from 10am AEST.

On Friday, Metal Bulletin recorded no movement across the major iron ore grades with 62%, 58% and 658% fines settling at $94.17, $80.16 and $109.80 a tonne respectively.

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