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Xstrata

LSE: XTA

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Xstrata, Legal & General, and Melrose Industries are all shelling out the cash.

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Harvey Jones digs into Xstrata.

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Harvey Jones digs into Glencore International.

3 Shares Set to Beat the FTSE 100 Today

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Mega-Miner Merger Delayed as Profits Slump at Glencore International and Xstrata

Glencore International and Xstrata delay their merger for a third time.

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Is There Hope for Australia's Mining Sector?

Despite the RSPT, Australia's mining sector will continue to boom.

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Xstrata (XTA) Description

Headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, mining giant Xstrata operates extensively in Australia, but also digs for coal in South Africa and for zinc in Spain and Germany. The group, headed by ex-Billiton finance director Mick Davis since 2001, also operates copper mines in Argentina and Peru and produces ferrous alloys, like chrome, used in everyday items ranging from bathroom taps to cigarette lighters. Website:

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