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Sprott Maintains 4.5% Stake in Kimber Resources

In a newly amended 13G article with the SEC, Eric Sprott‘s Sprott Inc. (which is related to Sprott Asset Management) has reported a 4.5% stake in Kimber Resources, Inc (USA) (OTCMKTS:KBXRF). This position is passive in nature, and is lower than the 6.2% stake Sprott reported in a 13G filing earlier this year. In comparison with an earlier 13F filing from June, though, the 4.6 million share-stake is identical, so he hasn’t sold any more stock just yet.


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