China Toughens Up On Iron Ore Loans – Expert speaks : Vaman Kumar, Director, IRIV

The global impact of the iron ore price crash has put a number of iron ore companies as well as investors into a tough block

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Vaman Kumar IRIV

Vaman Kumar IRIV

(PRWEB) May 16, 2014

To help new stock investors, iron ore expert Vaman Kumar, an industry expert and Director at IRIV, is working on different studies related to iron ore. The expert uses the World Wide Web to share his expert knowledge for free. Regarding the latest ongoings in the market, Vaman Kumar has added a new piece of news to his study on the prices of iron ore and its implications.

As per his study, China is currently tightening up loans on iron ore imports. Adding further to his research, iron ore expert Vaman Kumar, talks about the financial market regulations that China has recently introduced with regard to the iron ore market. He points out that the trend has been on a downward spiral for a long time; however, the adverse consequences of this trend have increased in the recent times.

He uses this except from Mjunction Edge, as per which: “China plans to get tougher on loans for iron ore imports as concerns grow that steel mills are using import loans to stay afloat in defiance of policies to reduce overcapacity in heavily polluting and loss making industries. The China Banking Regulatory Commission warned banks to tighten controls over letters of credit for iron ore imports in a document that caused iron ore futures in China to drop 5 per cent.”

Vaman Kumar shares that every region of the world is trying to do its bit to improve the market situation. China, for example, has made its grip on its financial markets tighter so as to shield against losses occurring because of import of low grade iron ore. Another excerpt from Mjunction Edje used in his report states, “The bulk and difficulty of transporting iron ore makes it a cumbersome material for raising money, limiting its flexibility as a financing tool compared with copper or gold.” He says, this is also one of the reasons for tightening loan regulation on iron ore imports.

Vaman Kumar shares that every region of the world is trying to do its bit to improve the market situation. China, for example, has made its grip on its financial markets tighter so as to shield against losses occurring because of import of low grade iron ore. Another new excerpt used in his report states, “The bulk and difficulty of transporting iron ore makes it a cumbersome material for raising money, limiting its flexibility as a financing tool compared with copper or gold.” He says, this is also one of the reasons for tightening loan regulation on iron ore imports.

Further to the happenings in the iron ore industry from around the world, Vaman Kumar also shares the implications and the consequences of iron ore price fluctuations in the market, for the common man to read and understand about.

About Vaman Kumar
Vaman Kumar, is an an industry expert in the field of international trade and global commodity trade especially in the field of iron ore trading. He is a Director at IRIV and his interests include Metals, Minerals and Energy in Commodity Trading, International trade, Banking, Finance and Credit and Risk Management.

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