SYDNEY, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Shares in Australia's Alumina jumped 17 percent on Thursday after China's Citic Resources Holdings bought a 15 percent stake in the company for A$452 million ($467.5 million).
Alumina shares hit a year-and-a-half high of A$1.405 and last traded up 14 percent at A$1.37. ($1 = 0.9669 Australian dollars)
(Reporting by Lincoln Feast) Keywords: ALUMINA CITIC/SHARES
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