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A "normalising" iron ore market is a problem for BHP and Rio Tinto

Iron ore supply is said to be "normalising" and while that might not seem to be a headline-making event it is one that is starting to worry investors in some of the world's biggest mining companies.

Tim Treadgold
A "normalising" iron ore market is a problem for BHP and Rio Tinto

Share price falls of around 11% over the past month by BHP and Rio Tinto which rely heavily on iron ore to generate the bulk of their profits are being partly blamed on the iron ore outlook. There is,...

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