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China's crude oil output up 0.4% in Jan-Oct to 173.73 mln tons
China, the world's second largest oil consumer, saw its crude oil output edge up 0.4% year on year to 173.73 million tons in the first ten months of this year, according to recent figures released by the National Development and Reform Commission.

Copper futures held back by negative investor sentiment
Chinese copper futures fluctuated within a small range amid downbeat trading sentiment last week, owing largely to a series of weak economic data released recently.

China Shenhua Energy's commercial coal output up down 13.9% in Oct
China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd, the country's largest coal producer, has said that its commercial coal output decreased 13.9% year on year to RMB 23.5 million tons in Oct 2014.

China Hebei Oct steel output drops 5 pct on month
Steel output in China's biggest producing province of Hebei fell 5 percent in October on a month earlier as mills wound down their operations ahead of mandatory suspensions during an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Beijing.

Today's headlines

· Latin American steel industry seeks 'win-win' cooperation with China

· China resource demand to continue: RBA

· First stage of oil reserves established

· China to step up oil, gas exploration in East, South China Seas

Int'l Highlights

· Australian mining investment set for 40 per cent collapse ¡ª report

· BHP, Rio were right on iron ore demand, wrong on supply: Russell

· 5 Chinese workers among injured in coal mine blast in Malaysia

· OPEC divided on oil output before key meeting

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