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FMG founder blames miners for iron ore price dropAndrew Forrest, founder and chairman of Fortescue Metals Group, talks to the FT's Mark Wembridge about modern slavery, the slump in the iron ore price and Australia's relationship with ChinaBaffinland Iron Mines preparing for ore shipmentsBaffinland Iron Mines Corp's Mary River mining project is geared to produce 35 million tonnes of treated ore annually for a total investment (including the shipping port at Milne Inlet) of about $750 millionBHP joins Rio in iron ore output cut, eases oversupplied marketWorld’s No 3 producer cut its Western Australia iron ore production for the year to June 30, 2016 by 10 million tonnes to 260 million tonnesMauritania's Iron Ore Train World's most dangerous trainTake a ride on board Mauritania's Iron Ore Train, deemed by many to be the most dangerous railway in the worldWealth of iron ore in Guinea’s Simandou buried by corruption, politicsSimandou has been called the El Dorado of iron ore, but with a racketeering case and corruption probes under way, the resource might remain untapped for some timeVale beats iron ore slump, returns to profit in second quarterCompany says performance proves it is ready ‘for the challenging commodities scenario’Five reasons why you SHOULDN'T reach for the iron pills revealedSix million prescriptions for iron tablets are made each year, but researchers at Imperial College London have found that concentrations of iron can damage blood vessel cells

Rio Tinto to produce less iron ore after delays with its train system AutoHaul

The miner has trimmed its target for next year to between 330 million and 340 million tonnes, from 350 million tonnes previously, because of delays with its new train system called AutoHaul

How this northeastern Quebec city is getting burned by the collapse in iron ore pricesFor the last several years, Sept Îles, Que has been looking for relief from the economic crisis that has hit the region since iron ore fell from nearly US$190 a tonne in 2011 to US$37 in mid DecemberRio defends expansion as iron ore surgesQuarterly iron ore output up 12% even as rivals criticise miner for flooding the marketMarket Report BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto damaged by global iron ore miseryThings are about to get a whole lot worse for BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto if Liberum Capital’s analysts have fine tuned their crystal ball gazing skillsRio defends expansion as iron ore surgesQuarterly iron ore output up 12% even as rivals criticise miner for flooding the marketIron Maiden plays to capacity crowd of metal loving lunatics at Rexall Place in EdmontonWidely advertised rumours of Rexall Place being already dead were, well, just lies as a crushing, capacity crowd of metal loving lunatics banged their heads off for Iron Maiden in this hallowed bowl one last timeSouth Africa's largest producer of iron ore Kumba suffers 30% profits slump as low costs bite  Kumba Iron Ore – South Africa’s largest producer of the steel making material – reported profits tumbled 29 per cent to £620million for 2014VIDEO The personal pain of the iron ore crashWhat does the collapse in iron ore prices mean for people in the remote mining towns of western Australia?

Iron ore Fe, fi, fo, fum

Benchmark iron ore prices fell to a five year low on Monday, with miners planning to continue expanding production Lex's Alan Livsey and Joseph Cotterill discuss whether a floor can be found for the market

BHP joins Rio in iron ore output cut, eases oversupplied marketWorld’s No 3 producer cut its Western Australia iron ore production for the year to June 30, 2016 by 10 million tonnes to 260 million tonnesA Chinese flower show has been blamed for spike in the price of iron oreThe price of iron ore rocketed 20% on Monday to $6260 per tonneHow this northeastern Quebec city is getting burned by the collapse in iron ore pricesFor the last several years, Sept Îles, Que has been looking for relief from the economic crisis that has hit the region since iron ore fell from nearly US$190 a tonne in 2011 to US$37 in mid DecemberTwo Brazil dams rupture at iron ore mine, flooding a nearby village and leaving one dead, 13 missingState fire department officials said Friday that the toll of 13 missing could rise, and that about 100 people remain unaccounted forBHP fights Brazil claim over iron mine collapseMining giant BHP Billiton says it will fight the suspension by the Brazilian Supreme Court of a settlement for damages caused by a dam burst at an iron ore mine