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Peabody Australia reveals $2.7 billion loss for 2015 MP3

The future of one of Australia's biggest coal miners and more than 2,000 jobs could be under threat. The Australian arm of US coal giant Peabody Energy has made a nearly $3 billion loss for 2015 and its warned of financial risks from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of its US parent, Peabody Energy. Source: abc.net.au

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