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20 Aug 2016 (AFR) - In challenging times, perhaps look away from big end of town; BHP, Newcrest, South 32, Fortescue are driving the ASX rally

(20 August 2016, AFR, p27, by Philip Baker)

‘There’s been a lot of talk again this week about the top stocks and their earnings potential. But there’s a very good reason for that.  47 more words

1.Market Observations

BHP Billiton Meeting and Other ShareSoc Events

ShareSoc has organised a meeting for investors with BHP Billiton Plc on the 29th September at 11.15 am at their London offices. The meeting will consist of a presentation followed by Q&A and then a buffet lunch meeting with BHP Billiton members of staff. 279 more words

Company News

Miner BHP Billiton suffers $6.4 billion loss for 2015-16

The world’s biggest miner, BHP Billiton, on Tuesday reported a $6.4 billion loss – the Anglo-Australian company’s worst ever full-year result – resulting from weak commodity prices, a plunge in the value of its U.S. 490 more words

Money

No quick end to Saskatchewan’s potash doldrums as capacity ramps up

Oil’s downfall may get more attention but the potash industry that forms the bedrock of the Prairie mining industry is going through its own bust – and analysts say there’s no quick recovery in sight. 711 more words

Money

Latest News: Vale Moçambique SA posts US$100 million loss in 2Q

Mining company Vale Moçambique recorded a loss of US$100 million in the second quarter of 2016, compared with a loss f US$112 million in the first quarter, according to its parent company, Brazilian group Vale. 329 more words

Tete

Global Mining: Vale output expects record levels despite dam disaster

Vale SA’s relentless expansion is expected to keep the world’s biggest iron-ore miner near record output levels despite the hobbling effects of last year’s… 517 more words

Mozambique Mining Industry

Voyagers hooked on Hamilton Island

With high winds and rough weather, the second vessel’s departure from Hamilton Island was delayed by three days providing an opportunity for scientists to collect a variety of species around Hook Island’s coral cays and reefs in the Whitsundays. 31 more words

Parks Australia