BREAKFAST DEALS: Oakajee fallout

Mitsubishi's Oakajee halt triggers a "plan B" response from Mid-West miners, while Kim Williams could return to Foxtel's board.

Mitsubishi's effective standstill at Oakajee dealt a painful blow to the miners who were relying on the port and rail project to open up WA's Mid-West, but now a handful of affected companies are teaming up to take matters into their own hands – perhaps with the help of China. Elsewhere, Lynas raises some much-needed capital via a share sale, while MYOB's private equity owner may reduce its stake. And will Kim Williams return to Foxtel?

Cashmere Iron, Ferrowest, Gindalbie Metals, Golden West Resources, Padbury Mining, Sinosteel Midwest Corporation


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