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UPDATE 1-Google aims for China launch of Google Play app store next year -sources

BEIJING/ HONG KONG, Nov 20- Google, part of Alphabet Inc, aims to launch the China version of its Google Play smartphone app store next year, according to people familiar with the matter, its first major foray in the market since ending localised product support in 2010.. The Google Play app store would be set up specifically for China, and not connected to overseas...
Source: Reuters | By: Paul Carsten and Yimou Lee
UPDATE 2-BHP Billiton says next word on dividend in February

*Moment of silence with Greenpeace over Brazil disaster. PERTH, Nov 19- Mining giant BHP Billiton will update the market on its future dividend policy in February, chairman Jac Nasser said on Thursday, at it battles falling prices for everything from iron ore to copper. Speaking at the company's annual shareholder meeting, Nasser and Chief Executive Andrew...
Source: Reuters | By: James Regan
UPDATE 1-BHP Billiton says solid "A" balance sheet its top priority

*Moment of silence with Greenpeace over Brazil disaster. "Through thick and thin, through good times and bad times, this company has been quite strong," Chairman Jacques Nasser told shareholders at the company's annual meeting in Australia. UBS is forecasting a near 50 percent fall in BHP's net earnings to $3.3 billion in 2015/ 16, about half the $6.49 billion the...
Source: Reuters | By: James Regan
China steel prices hit record low as crisis deepens with possible mill closure

SHANGHAI/ MANILA, Nov 17- Chinese steel prices hit record lows on Tuesday amid prolonged worries over shrinking demand in the world's top consumer that market sources say has forced one of the country's largest private producers to cease output. On Tuesday, Chinese steel prices plumbed a record low of 1,748 yuan a tonne, down nearly 37 percent since the beginning...
Source: Reuters | By: Ruby Lian and Manolo Serapio Jr
COLUMN-Commodity producers may be better bet in any demand recovery: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Nov 16-- Let's assume that you are a somewhat contrarian investor and take the view that the recent slump to fresh lows in commodity prices, and the share prices of producers, is a sign that a turnaround is coming in 2016.. BHP Billiton, the world's largest diversified miner, reached its lowest since the 2008 financial crisis in Sydney trading...
Source: Reuters | By: Clyde Russell
Britain's 'bad bank' sells assets to Cerberus Capital

Britain's' bad bank' said it had agreed to sell a 13 billion pound asset portfolio to affiliates of Cerberus Capital Management LP.
Source: Reuters
BHP Billiton shares fall as doubts grow over dividend policy

SYDNEY/ MELBOURNE, Nov 13- BHP Billiton shares struck a seven-year low on Friday, their weakest since the global financial crisis, on mounting concerns it may ditch a policy of paying ever higher dividends. The world's biggest mining company has been hammered by sinking commodity prices, a situation made worse by last week's Samarco mine tragedy in Brazil, where...
Source: Reuters | By: James Regan and Sonali Paul
Catalonia votes to start breakaway from Spain

Catalonia's regional assembly voted on Monday in favor of a resolution to split from Spain, deepening a standoff with central government in Madrid.
Source: CNBC.com
COLUMN-Who's behaving rationally in iron ore, steel? Everybody and nobody: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Nov 9-- It's becoming harder to work out who are the most rational players in the global iron ore and steel markets, where contradictions are multiplying amid the persistent supply glut. "If you think for one second you can just take some volume out and no one else will actually move to fill that volume, then you are fooling yourself," Rio's iron...
Source: Reuters | By: Clyde Russell
UPDATE 6-Search ongoing for missing in Brazil mine disaster, death toll uncertain

BENTO RODRIGUES, Brazil, Nov 6- Rescue teams searched through mud and debris on Friday for people still missing from a village devastated by the collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine owned by the world's largest mining company, BHP Billiton. Walls of water filled with mining waste cascaded downhill when the dams burst on Thursday, engulfing the village of Bento...
Source: Reuters | By: Stephen Eisenhammer