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There will be a time to buy this well run, decent quality miner. Now is not that moment.
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Don't let the soft result fool you: this was a statement of strength.
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The cement manufacturer has been revealed to be a weaker business than expected. But with the Barro family taking greater control, the timing is a little odd.
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· 1mth ago
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