By PHILIP WALLER FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 21:55, 27 November 2015 Rio was celebrating after the NSWPAC approved a proposal to expand its Warkworth coal mine elsewhere in the Hunter Valley, despite protests from green campaigners. The commission said Warkworth produced about a tenth of NSW export coal, providing nearly 1,200 jobs on average and paying royalties of £359m to the state. Rio’s shares still dropped 72p to 2199p as weak Chinese industrial data re-ignited fears over China’s economic slowdown.
jaffas (?purposefully) mis-remembers: he remains wrong cos he posted this would never reach 18
k: I have made several times money trading here..currently "hold"modest 200 shares free carry plus many £k cashed out profit...last sold plenty @25...happy to sell most remaining near 24...buy some more near 20...buy big in the teens if that happens
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