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o BHP A$34.15 ▲0.40 (1.19%)
o Rio Tinto A$61.07 ▲1.10 (1.83%)
o Fortescue A$3.62 ▲0.07 (1.97%)
o Newcrest A$9.98 ▲0.20 (2.04%)
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Company ID [ASX:BHP] Last trade:A$34.15 Trade time:12:13PM GMT+11 Value change:▲0.40 (1.19%)
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Company ID [ASX:RIO] Last trade:A$61.07 Trade time:12:13PM GMT+11 Value change:▲1.10 (1.83%)
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Company ID [ASX:FMG] Last trade:A$3.62 Trade time:12:13PM GMT+11 Value change:▲0.07 (1.97%)
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Is the mining boom in Australia over?

Is the mining boom in Australia over?

No, it's just media hype.
Yes as a result of lower demand.
Still plenty of resources.
There will be a second boom.
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