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February 24th, 2005

Australian S&P/ASX 200 Falls for Third Day

Abstract:
Stock debuts: Advanced Nanotechnology Ltd. (ANO AU), which makes nanomaterial products, fell 15 percent to 17 cents on its first day of trading. It listed at 20 cents. Minotaur Exploration Ltd. (MEP AU), a South Australia state-based minerals explorer, fell 7.5 cents to 37 cents on its first day of trading. It listed at 40 cents.

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