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Corporate activity not enough to buoy ASX mining sector

A BIG transaction in the lithium space was the catalyst for plenty of buying of stocks leveraged to the key battery input, while elsewhere a fall in the iron ore futures price saw selling of the majors.

Corporate activity not enough to buoy ASX mining sector

Metals & Mining fell about 0.5% overall as sellers reigned supreme in the cases of BHP, Rio and FMG. Iron ore fell below US$100/t in Singapore as China steel mills cut prices, though the commodity did...

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