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Weak session to start the ASX mining week

THE old wall of worry saw limited interest shown in resource stocks, though the end of the week-long China public holiday was one positive element among the multiple concerns of late as Metals & Mining started the week with a fall of about 0.8% on the ASX 200.

Weak session to start the ASX mining week

Gold stocks were hammered in the wake of still-tight US job market revealed Friday, losing nearly 5%. Bullion was at US$1687/oz in Asia trade. Iron ore futures were rising in Singapore as the Chinese...

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