Iron ore markets are quiet

Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/GettyImages Things should pickup on Tuesday.

Iron ore markets look set to tread water today with Chinese markets closed for a public holiday.

There was not spot market pricing provided on Friday due to a public holiday in Singapore. The price for benchmark 62% iron ore fines last traded at $68.49 a tonne, according to Metal Bulletin.

Chinese iron ore futures will remain resume trade on Tuesday.

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