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Last €12.98 EUR
Change Today -0.265 / -2.00%
Volume 175.0
BHP1 On Other Exchanges
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BHP Billiton Centre

171 Collins Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000


Phone: 61 3 9609 3333

Fax: 61 3 9609 3015

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