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What Russia-Ukraine tensions mean for Aus miners

COMMODITY prices are tipped to jump amid rising tensions between Russia-Ukraine, with ING Group forecasting metals prices could soar should a conflict emerge.

Image: Ukrainian tanks during an anti-terrorism exercise. Courtesy of the Ukraine Ministry of Defence.

Image: Ukrainian tanks during an anti-terrorism exercise. Courtesy of the Ukraine Ministry of Defence.

  It is no secret that during war time, prices for metals have historically risen as both supply chains are affected and demand for certain products increases. Never mind geopolitical sanctions. ...

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