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COLUMN-Any Australian iron ore inquiry won't solve major issue: Russell

--Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. SINGAPORE, May 15- Any inquiry into the collapse of iron ore prices by the Australian Senate is likely to provide a great opportunity for political point-scoring for a domestic audience, but won't address the main issue. If any inquiry did go ahead, it would provide a platform for Andrew Forrest, the chief executive of No.4 iron...
Source: Reuters
INSIGHT -Global glut threatens West African iron ore ambitions

*Iron ore price fall hits West African mines. PEPEL, Sierra Leone, May 14- Red piles of iron ore and rusting railway wagons in the deserted stockyard at the port of Pepel bear silent witness to a crisis engulfing Sierra Leone's mining industry and threatening others across West Africa. In Pepel, locals anticipated an economic surge for their civil war-ravaged...
Source: Reuters | By: Umaru Fofana
BHP, Rio Tinto face political heat in Australia over strategies

SYDNEY, May 13- BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto face mounting political pressure in Australia over taxes and flooding the global iron ore market while the price of the steel-making commodity plummeted. Australia's treasurer Joe Hockey says the slump has caused a A $20 billion loss in government revenue in the past year and his fiscal 2016 budget released this week...
Source: Reuters | By: James Regan
POLL-Reality check for iron ore; worst may not be over for glut-hit commodity

*Iron ore seen at average $56/ T in 2015, $58 in 2016. Prices for the steel-making ingredient have rebounded more than a third since touching a decade-low of $46.70 a tonne in April, a sharp rally that could be curbed as top Australian and Brazilian miners stick to plans to boost output even as China's demand-growth slows. Benchmark 62- percent grade iron ore will...
Source: Reuters | By: Manolo Serapio Jr
CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-UPDATE 3-Anglo may raise Brazil iron ore capacity to 29 mln t/yr by 2018-20

BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL, May 11- Anglo American may increase capacity at its Minas-Rio iron ore mine in Brazil by nearly 10 percent, a move that could cut unit costs at the troubled $13 billion project, the company's Brazil chief executive said on Monday. Production volume could rise as high as 29 million tonnes in the 2018-2020 period, 9.4 percent more than the...
Source: Reuters | By: Stephen Eisenhammer
UPDATE 2-Anglo may raise Brazil iron ore capacity to 29 mln t/yr by 2018-20

BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL, May 11- Anglo American may increase capacity at its Minas-Rio iron ore mine in Brazil by nearly 10 percent, a move that could cut unit costs at the troubled $13 billion project, the company's Brazil chief executive said on Monday. Production volume could rise as high as 29 million tonnes, 9.4 percent more than the mine's expected capacity of...
Source: Reuters | By: Stephen Eisenhammer
COLUMN-Iron ore reality check shows small, but significant change: Russell

--Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. LAUNCESTON, Australia, May 4- It's time for a reality check all round in the iron ore market. Iron ore ended last week at $56.20 a tonne, having retreated from the $59.20 reached on April 27, leaving the steel-making ingredient down 21 percent so far this year.
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-As Macau casino stocks sink, long-term investors look past the abyss

HONG KONG, May 4- Macau casino stocks have lost as much as half their value over the past year as China's anti-corruption crackdown scares away wealthy VIP punters, but some investors say their faith in long-term gambling demand from the mainland remains unshaken. Industry moguls like Wynn Resorts' Steve Wynn and Las Vegas Sands' Sheldon Adelson have noted the...
Source: Reuters | By: Farah Master
As Macau casino stocks sink, long-term investors wait

Macau casino stocks have lost as much as half their value over the past year as China's anti-corruption crackdown scares away wealthy VIP punters, but some investors say their faith in long-term gambling demand from the mainland remains unshaken.
Source: Reuters
As Macau casino stocks sink, long-term investors look past the abyss

HONG KONG, May 4- Macau casino stocks have lost as much as half their value over the past year as China's anti-corruption crackdown scares away wealthy VIP punters, but some investors say their faith in long-term gambling demand from the mainland remains unshaken. Industry moguls like Wynn Resorts' Steve Wynn and Las Vegas Sands' Sheldon Adelson have noted the...
Source: Reuters | By: Farah Master