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06/05/2008 - 06:17

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Fortescue lashes out at MCA on rail access; Asian investors fuel iron ore stock rally; Opes deals for planners under fire; Unions seek broader IR solutions; Etrade fined over 'suspect' Allco dealings

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Fortescue lashes out at MCA on rail access
Fortescue Metals yesterday returned fire on the Minerals Council of Australia over the issue of third party access to the $10 billion Pilbara rail network owned by BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. The Australian

Asian investors fuel iron ore stock rally
Iron ore shares extended their rally yesterday as Asian steel mills adn state owned groups launched a new wave of investments alliances with WA-focused mining juniors. The West

Opes deals for planners under fire
Financial planners who accepted cheap margin loans in addition to generous sales commissions from Opes Prime and Lift Capital could face legal action for breaching their duty of care to invetors who have lost millions of dollars in the collapse o the margin lenders. The Fin Review

Unions seek broader IR solutions
Trade unions will challenge the Rudd government to lift restrictions on the content of workplace agreements. The Fin Review

Etrade fined over 'suspect' Allco dealings
ANZ Bank's online brokering subsidiary Etrade has fined $50,000 for failing to detect suspicious trades. The Australian

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN

Business: Iron ore shares extended their rally yesterday as Asian steel mills adn state owned groups launched a new wave of investments alliances with WA-focused mining juniors.

Former Olympians Lisa Curry-Kenny and Grant Kenny have taken a plunge in WA aviation market with teh acquisition of Kununurra-based tourism and charter provider Singlair Heliwork.



 

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