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The 52-Week Low Club for Thursday

November 20, 2014: Here are four stocks among the 102 equities making new 52-week lows today.

BHP Billiton Ltd. (NYSE: BHP)) dropped about 2.7% today to post a new 52-week low of $54.35. 234 more words


Australian miners and activists target BHP

PNG  Loop

BHP Billiton confronted its own disgruntled employees along with environmental protesters at its annual shareholder meeting.

The use of compulsory fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers at two new coal mines in central Queensland prompted workers from around the country to accuse BHP of destroying families. 361 more words

Environmental Impact

Chinese economy slowing: BHP

China’s economic growth rate in the medium term will gradually decline from current levels as the country’s economy continues to mature, BHP Billiton chairman Jac Nasser told shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting today. 184 more words


Thursday 20th November-The Horror Continues

Morning sports fans,

Another day in paradise.Well not so much of a paradise for Iron Ore stocks which are getting absolutely belted as Iron Ore looks destined to go beneath $70 and maybe even get to $60…if it got to $60 I think even Gina would be squealing…at the ned of the day with the big three producers pumping out dirt in record quantities and the Chinese economy slowing rapidly it is hardly surprising that it is where it is…I am puzzled why the giants have not started cutting production but they must have a plan!! 1,007 more words

Daily Reports

Iron ore price tumbles to $US70

Investors remain unsure as to when it will be safe to catch the falling knife that is iron ore prices, with the commodity again sinking to a new five-year low overnight. 234 more words


Vale Below GFC Lows As Iron Ore Price Fall Accelerates

Spot iron ore plunged 4.4% to a fresh 5-year low of $US71.80 after weaker new home prices fuelled concern about economic weakness in China and oversupply of iron ore. 74 more words


BHP Would Be Better off Selling Scarborough than Fayetteville - Macquarie

BHP (BHP) would be better off selling its Scarborough LNG project in Western Australia than the US Fayetteville shale gas assets currently under consideration, according to Macquarie. 81 more words