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"These record-high levels are probably not sustainable," says Jan du Plessis, CEO of Rio Tinto...

"These record-high levels are probably not sustainable," says Jan du Plessis, CEO of Rio Tinto (RIO), talking about base metals prices. While remaining confident of continuing strong demand from China and India, du Plessis, is prepping his firm's balance sheet for falls in copper and iron ore.
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  • WMARKW
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    Let's see....if I am not mistaken the Rothschilds controlled Rio Tinto at some time, may still for all I know. So that makes any of their comments about direction of the Precious Metals Market suspect to me.

     

    I'll trust my judgement about the poor judgement of the FED and the US politicians and all the other C-Bankers in the world re: printing fiat currency to death.

     

    When they stop printing, I'll decide then about how to invest.
    1 May 2011, 09:40 PM Reply Like
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