China's iron ore futures edge down.

 
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Iron ore futures in China, the world's top consumer of the steelmaking raw material, and in Singapore edged down on Monday after miner Vale SA got approval to resume activities at a major mine in Brazil.

Dalian Commodity Exchange's most-traded iron ore, for delivery in January 2020, ended down 1.2 percent at 615 yuan ($87.56) a tonne, its weakest finish since October 22. On the Singapore Exchange, the most-active November contract was down 1.9 percent at $82.60 a tonne in afternoon trade. Brazil's iron ore exports in...

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