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Plenty of Asian interest in Aussie stocks

DESPITE a fair amount of action among gold players, 2012 is not shaping up as a big year for deals, according to Ernst & Young, but Australia leads the world in the number of transactions in the mining and metals space.

Kristie Batten
Plenty of Asian interest in Aussie stocks

Deal volume in Australia dropped by 17% to 167 transactions for the first nine months of the year, while deal volume globally fell by 16% to 684. The value of deals in Australia dropped by 50% to $US14...

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