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BHP Billiton cut to Underweight from Overweight at CBA

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BHP keeps faith in potash project despite long lead times

Source: The Australian

Summary:

  • BHP Billiton has defended its continued investment in the $15 billion ($19.2bn) Jansen potash project in Canada while acknowledging that first production of the food crop nutrient potash from the project would not occur until the 2020s (when the current oversupply in the potash market was expected to be replaced by a balanced market)
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May 23rd, 2013- "Australia's Energy & Climate Change Dilemma - the case for emergency action"

Two years ago today, ex Australian Coal Association boss Ian Dunlop gave the following talk in Canberra –

“Australia’s Energy & Climate Change Dilemma – the case for emergency action” 223 more words

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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BP, Netflix, Otonomy, Salesforce.com, Total, Verifone and More

Stocks were lower on Friday after some concerns that April consumer prices might allow the Federal Reserve to justify rate hikes. Still, the major stock indexes are barely off of all-time highs. 403 more words

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BHP Billiton cut to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital

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BHP Billiton has been raised to Accumulate from Hold at Morningstar, after the world’s biggest miner dropped 2.7 per cent to $28.82 yesterday.

Morningstar sees the company as modestly undervalued at the current price.

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Australian shares have slipped below the 5600-point mark for the first time in three-and-a-half months as BHP and Rio Tinto drag the index lower following the latest iron ore price tumble. 105 more words

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