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Miners sold on ASX as volatility continues

MARKET volatility has seen yesterday’s gain by the miners reversed today as generalist investor and trader concern about disappointing earnings announcements in the USA and and questions around upcoming monetary tightening by the US Fed saw the herd adopt a risk-off sentiment.

Miners sold on ASX as volatility continues

Metals & Mining fell about 1.7% on the ASX 200. Haven buying saw the big diversified names being bought - BHP and Rio in particular - while strengthening iron ore futures also helped fuel demand for...

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