09.12.2015 - Investors brace for more losses as commodities crunched
BHP shares have dropped below $17 each and South32 under $1 for the first time after commodities were crunched again overnight and mining giant Anglo American cancelled its dividend. Brent oil dipped below $US40 a barrel for the first time since early 2009, before recovering, while iron ore continued its descent, with the Qingdao benchmark shedding another US41ยข, or 1.1 per cent, to $US38.65 a tonne. On the London Stock Exchange, investors dumped Rio Tinto, driving the price of its shares down 8.4 per cent, while BHP Billiton dropped a further 5.5 per cent...............................................Full Article: Source
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