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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
UPDATE 1-Miner Cliffs quarterly revenue falls, cuts capex

April 28- Coal and iron ore producer Cliffs Natural Resources Inc reported a 28 percent fall in quarterly revenue, and the company cut its capital budget as prices tumble. "They're looking to exit both North American coal and Asia Pacific iron ore but the problem is, I don't think they have a buyer right now for either business," Wolfe Research analyst Gordon Johnson...
Source: Reuters
COLUMN-Who's worse off than iron ore miners? Coking coal miners: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, April 28- China's import volumes of iron ore and coking coal are looking increasingly disconnected despite the price of both steel-making ingredients tumbling. Chinese iron ore miners are struggling to compete with imports in the wake of collapse in the spot Asian price from above $190 a tonne in February 2011 to a record low of $46.70 on...
Source: Reuters | By: Clyde Russell
Nasdaq stocks posting largest volume increases

Aehr Test Systems: Approximately 257,800 shares changed hands, a 1,924.7 percent increase over its 65- day average volume. The shares rose$. 32 or 15.5 percent to $2.39. Canterbury Park: Approximately 268,400 shares changed hands, a 6,834.3 percent increase over its 65- day average volume.
Source: The Associated Press
COLUMN-Iron ore miners, OPEC are on same path, but not by choice: Russell

The main issue assumes that the iron ore miners and OPEC are in effective control of the markets in which they operate, or at least exercise a large degree of influence over them. There are probably members of OPEC that wish their market was more like iron ore, and vice versa. Unlike OPEC, the iron ore miners don't have a producers' group and would struggle against...
Source: Reuters
Big China steel thrives, stoking export fears

SHANGHAI, April 26- Plunging iron ore prices are providing a lifeline for some of China's biggest steel mills, but raising the prospect of a rising tide of exports and increased friction with the European Union and countries such as India. That doesn't bode well for struggling steelmakers elsewhere in the world, which have been hoping for a shake-out of the...
Source: Reuters | By: Ruby Lian and David Stanway
COLUMN-Iron ore rallies on small BHP output deferral? Ridiculous: Russell

--Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. LAUNCESTON, Australia, April 23- While it's well-known that markets can have irrational short-term moves, the 4 percent jump in Asian spot iron ore on Wednesday must be a more extreme case. Spot iron ore jumped to $52.90 a tonne from $50.80 on April 20, continuing its rally from the record low of $46.70 reached on April 2.
Source: Reuters