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Andrew Forrest has splashed out $11 million buying up stock in his Fortescue Metals Group this week as its share price hit a five-year low of $2.57.
Mineral Resources has warned shareholders the plummeting iron ore price is "getting close" to levels at which it would consider shutting its mining operations.
Local nickel producers have no concern about industry talk BHP Billiton will wind down its WA nickel business over the next five years, according to Independence Group Managing Director Peter Bradford.
Paladin Energy is banking on a continued upswing in the price of uranium from its eight-year low of US$28 ($32.43)a pound earlier this year.

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