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17 Aug 2018 (AFR) - Commodity sell-off hits miners BHP, Rio Tinto as fund managers stay calm

(17 August 2018, AFR, p31, by Sarah Turner)

‘Amid a plunge in commodity prices on emerging markets turmoil and the threat of a trade war, fund managers are preaching calm on the prospects for the ASX-listed mining sector. 87 more words

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BP to buy BHP’s US shale assets for $10.5bn

Deal marks a retreat from the sector for the Anglo-Australian miner

FT Reporters

BP has agreed to buy BHP’s US shale assets for $10.5bn in a deal the UK oil major hopes will give it access to key acreage as crude prices rebound from lows that caused years of pain for drillers and refiners. 683 more words

BHP Billiton Limited (ASX:BHP) zooms up on ASX

BHP released an update on its operations for the year ended 30 June 2018 and reported an increase of 8 per cent in annual production and with a record output at Western Australia Iron Ore, Queensland Coal and at its Spence copper mine in Chile… 615 more words

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BP becomes front-runner to buy BHP's US shale assets with offer of $13b

BP has emerged as the front-runner to buy BHP Billiton’s onshore oil and gas operations in the US, according to a person familiar with the matter. 224 more words

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When the dam breaks: European Banks investing over €100 billion in dirty extractive companies.

The Dirty Profits 6 report released by Facing Finance highlights the investments of ten european banks in ten extractive companies which continually violate human rights and damage the environment. 659 more words

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