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Average new house prices in 100 cities in China up 4.01% in Feb

In February of the current year, average new house prices in 100 major cities in China amounted to RMB 15,884/square meter ($2,459/sq.m.).

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In February of the current year, average new house prices in 100 major cities in China amounted to RMB 15,884/square meter ($2,459/sq.m.), up 4.01 percent year on year, 0.45 percentage points faster than the year-on-year growth recorded in January this year, while up 0.2 percent month on month, 0.17 percentage points lower than the month-on-month growth recorded in January, as announced by CRIC, a real estate research institute of E-House, a Shanghai-based real estate transaction service provider.

In particular, in February, 66 cities saw month-on-month rises, 27 cities indicated month-on-month declines, while the remaining seven cities saw stable prices.

In February, average second-hand house prices in the 100 major cities in China amounted to RMB 15,585/square meter ($2,412.5/sq.m.), up 3.3 percent year on year, 0.08 percentage points faster than the year-on-year growth recorded in January this year, while up 0.28 percent month on month, 0.04 percentage points slower than the month-on-month growth recorded in January.

Due to the overheating of the real estate market in the first-tier cities in 2020, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen issued regulatory policies in February, aiming to curb the overheating of the market, which resulted in month-on-month declines in average house prices in the given month. As for March, the first month following the long Chinese New Year holiday, there will be more supplies to the real estate market and better demand from buyers, which will lead to a stable trend in average new house prices.

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S. Africa’s iron ore output up by 24 percent in February from January

In February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent.

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According to the preliminary data released by Statistics South Africa, in February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent, while the country’s manganese ore production index rose by 11.5 percent, both month on month. In the given month, South Africa’s nickel production fell by 30.0 percent month on month.

On year-on-year basis, in February this year South African iron ore production was up by 65.7 percent, while manganese ore production increased by 21.6 percent. In February, the country’s nickel output rose by 7.8 percent compared to the same month of 2020.

Furthermore, the country’s seasonally adjusted iron ore sales at current prices in February this year fell by 5.9 percent compared to the previous month, to ZAR 9.72 billion ($670.40 million), while the seasonally adjusted nickel sales value at current prices was up by 109.5 percent in the same month compared to January, amounting to ZAR 1.31 billion ($90.48 million). South Africa’s seasonally adjusted manganese ore sales in February at current prices totaled ZAR 3.35 billion ($230.93 million), up by 57.3 percent month on month.

The year-on-year percentage change at current prices in the given month was up by 47.0 percent in iron ore sales, up by 39.7 percent in manganese ore sales and rose by 83.3 percent in nickel sales.

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S. Africa’s iron ore output up by 24 percent in February from January

In February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent.

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According to the preliminary data released by Statistics South Africa, in February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent, while the country’s manganese ore production index rose by 11.5 percent, both month on month. In the given month, South Africa’s nickel production fell by 30.0 percent month on month.

On year-on-year basis, in February this year South African iron ore production was up by 65.7 percent, while manganese ore production increased by 21.6 percent. In February, the country’s nickel output rose by 7.8 percent compared to the same month of 2020.

Furthermore, the country’s seasonally adjusted iron ore sales at current prices in February this year fell by 5.9 percent compared to the previous month, to ZAR 9.72 billion ($670.40 million), while the seasonally adjusted nickel sales value at current prices was up by 109.5 percent in the same month compared to January, amounting to ZAR 1.31 billion ($90.48 million). South Africa’s seasonally adjusted manganese ore sales in February at current prices totaled ZAR 3.35 billion ($230.93 million), up by 57.3 percent month on month.

The year-on-year percentage change at current prices in the given month was up by 47.0 percent in iron ore sales, up by 39.7 percent in manganese ore sales and rose by 83.3 percent in nickel sales.

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S. Africa’s iron ore output up by 24 percent in February from January

In February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent.

Republished by Plato

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According to the preliminary data released by Statistics South Africa, in February this year the seasonally adjusted index of iron ore mining production in South Africa increased by 24.0 percent, while the country’s manganese ore production index rose by 11.5 percent, both month on month. In the given month, South Africa’s nickel production fell by 30.0 percent month on month.

On year-on-year basis, in February this year South African iron ore production was up by 65.7 percent, while manganese ore production increased by 21.6 percent. In February, the country’s nickel output rose by 7.8 percent compared to the same month of 2020.

Furthermore, the country’s seasonally adjusted iron ore sales at current prices in February this year fell by 5.9 percent compared to the previous month, to ZAR 9.72 billion ($670.40 million), while the seasonally adjusted nickel sales value at current prices was up by 109.5 percent in the same month compared to January, amounting to ZAR 1.31 billion ($90.48 million). South Africa’s seasonally adjusted manganese ore sales in February at current prices totaled ZAR 3.35 billion ($230.93 million), up by 57.3 percent month on month.

The year-on-year percentage change at current prices in the given month was up by 47.0 percent in iron ore sales, up by 39.7 percent in manganese ore sales and rose by 83.3 percent in nickel sales.

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