This should help to drive aggregate household wealth to new record highs in Q2 2015.
And there could be more to come for FMG as the week rolls on.
Futures markets in iron ore hit "limit up" on Monday, with contracts trading on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange once again soaring 5.21 per cent higher to 434 yuan/tonne.
We can therefore expect to see a spot price of closer to US$60/tonne on Tuesday
What could possibly go wrong this time...?