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Steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal considered buying a stake in bid target Rio Tinto to expand his interests in iron ore but has decided against it for now, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Australia wants to tighten foreign-investment rules to curb Chinese takeovers of local miners, a national daily said on Thursday, as it emerged that China's Sinosteel was circling two Australian iron ore firms.
The resource sector is still the smart investment now, while those attracted to beaten-down financial stocks should proceed with care, analysts told CNBC Europe.
Miner BHP Billiton may be forced to scrap its plan to rewrite the way billions of dollars of iron ore are sold every year after rival Rio Tinto struck a benchmark deal with China, analysts said on Tuesday.
China's state-owned aluminum giant Chinalco is keen to buy a range of global resource assets, and may consider raising its stake in global miner Rio Tinto, the Australian newspaper said on Tuesday.
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Production at global miner Rio Tinto will increase as global demand for commodities continues to soar, while prices are likely to continue rising, the company's CFO Guy Elliott told "Squawk Box Europe" on Thursday.
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European stocks fell 1.7 percent on Friday, losing ground for the third time in four sessions as a dip in metal prices prompted investors to book recent lofty gains on mining shares.
ArcelorMittal, the world's top steel maker, is in talks with Australia's Macarthur Coal after buying a 15 percent stake in the company, setting up a possible bidding war for the A$4.4 billion group and pushing its shares up 14 percent.
Chinese interests have approached a major Australian superannuation and investment fund to be their partner in a multi-billion-dollar swoop on 9 percent of BHP Billiton, The Australian newspaper reported.
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Resource-hungry China may be planning to buy a more than 9 percent stake in BHP Billiton, the world's biggest miner, to gain influence over its proposed takeover of rival Rio Tinto, The Australian newspaper reported on Wednesday.
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South Korea's POSCO said on Thursday it was weighing up a rise in steel prices and may bid for Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine, which analysts say could fetch nearly 5 trillion won.
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