Will BHP Billiton plc Collapse As Commodities Crumble?

After a five-year slide that took its share price from over £25 to barely £6, BHP Billiton (LSE: BLT) has enjoyed a rally in recent months on the back of a rising iron ore price. But now analysts at Barclays have warned that tailwind is running out of puff.

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