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Veteran calls bottom of the market

One man is not the mining industry’s barometer, but if nominations are ever called for the position of mining’s human weather vane an early favourite would be Craig Williams, an Australian geologist with an impeccable record of timing his exits and entries.

Craig Williams timed his Equinox exit well. Is he making his return to the industry at the right time?

Craig Williams timed his Equinox exit well. Is he making his return to the industry at the right time?

Two deals over the past few days mark the return of Williams after four years of sunning himself on a beach somewhere, riding out what he believes is the worst of the commodity storm which has slashed...

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