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UPDATE 2-China home prices rise for third month in July

* July home prices +0.3 pct m/m, -3.7 pct y/y * New home prices rose m/m in 31 cities versus 27 in June * Modest recovery underway, good sign for economy (Adds graphic links, buyer quotes, background) BEIJING, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Chinese home prices rose for a third consecutive month in July, fuelled by a pick-up in sales and market sentiment, a rare counterpoint to a growing list of grim ...
Source: Reuters | By: Kevin Yao and Xiaoyi Shao
China home prices rise 0.3 pct m/m in July, fall y/y

BEIJING, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Average new home prices in China's 70 major cities rose 0.3 percent in July from June, a third consecutive monthly rise, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data showed on Tuesday. Compared with a year ago, home prices still fell 3.7 percent in July, easing from the previous month's 4.9 percent drop, Reuters calculated from NBS data. The statistics bureau said new ...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-China July steel output falls 4.6 pct on yr -stats bureau

* Average daily steel output lowest since November 2014 * Jan-July output falls 1.8 pct to 476.04 mln T * Steel mills may pick up production ahead of curbs in Beijing (Adds background) SHANGHAI, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Chinese crude steel output fell 4.6 percent to 65.84 million tonnes in July from a year ago, government data showed on Wednesday, as steel mills in the world's top producer faced ...
Source: Reuters
COLUMN-Minding the gaps in the copper cost curve: Andy Home

LONDON, July 30- When the going gets tough, there's always the cost curve. On the London Metal Exchange, benchmark three-month copper this week hit a low of $5,164 per tonne, a level last seen in 2009.. So far only a handful of smaller mines have been shuttered but this week brought news that Freeport McMoRan, one of the world's biggest copper producers, is running the...
Source: Reuters | By: Andy Home