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Nothing scary about Australian mining market on Halloween

AUSTRALIAN miners have had a few horror days on the ASX in recent times but on Halloween it was all a bit ho-hum, with Metals & Mining little changed on the ASX 200.

Nothing scary about Australian mining market on Halloween

Lithium stocks and rare earth types Lynas and Iluka were at the fore, while the gold sector lost about 2%. Rio Tinto and BHP were little changed. The broader ASX 200 was up about 1%, with Asian markets...

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