AAL.L - Anglo American plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
1,860.00
-23.20 (-1.23%)
At close: 4:47PM BST
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Previous close1,883.20
Open1,880.80
Bid1,700.00 x 45000
Ask1,919.00 x 65000
Day's range1,843.60 - 1,894.20
52-week range950.10 - 1,918.40
Volume4,771,519
Avg. volume6,048,030
Market cap26.041B
Beta1.89
PE ratio (TTM)7.59
EPS (TTM)245.00
Earnings date26 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.76 (4.54%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-15
1y target est25.50
  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    PLATINUM WEEK-Sibanye CEO confident of Lonmin takeover despite cash burn

    Sibanye-Stillwater is confident its planned purchase of Lonmin will go ahead, but the struggling platinum producer must slow its cash burn, the South African firm's chief executive said. Sibanye's 285 million pound ($386 million) all-share bid to create the world's second largest platinum miner faces hurdles including Lonmin's weak cash position, competition authority approval and the effects of a stronger rand. Before December's offer Lonmin, the world's third largest platinum miner, had been in crisis following a series of labour strikes, subdued platinum prices and years of high costs.

  • Anglo looks to sell Peru copper stake to Japanese firms - sources
    Reuters3 days ago

    Anglo looks to sell Peru copper stake to Japanese firms - sources

    Anglo American (AAL.L) is likely to sell up to 30 percent of its multi-billion dollar Peruvian copper project Quellaveco to Japanese entities, including Mitsubishi, which already own part of it, three sources familiar with the matter said. The sources said it has hired investment banks Goldman Sachs (GS.N) and Morgan Stanley (MS.N) to help with the sale, which could be announced within the next two months. Goldman Sachs did not respond to a request for comment and Morgan Stanley declined to comment.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Anglo looks to sell Peru copper stake to Japanese firms -sources

    Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) is likely to sell up to 30 percent of its multi-billion dollar Peruvian copper project Quellaveco to Japanese entities, including Mitsubishi (LSE: 7035.L - news) , which already own part of it, three sources familiar with the matter said. The sources said it has hired investment banks Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) and Morgan Stanley (Xetra: 885836 - news) to help with the sale, which could be announced within the next two months.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    FTSE 100 nears record high as miners and Micro Focus drive gains

    Strong results from leading software company Micro Focus and a rally among mining stocks drove Britain's FTSE 100 higher on Wednesday, while Crest Nicholson and mid-cap pub companies suffered sharp losses. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was up 0.2 percent at 7,734.20 points by the close, flirting with the record high reached in mid-January. Micro Focus (MCRO.L) was top of the heap, jumping 6.2 percent to a two-month high after the software company won a new $40 million licensing deal earlier than expected, saying it would bolster first-half revenue.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    FTSE 100 nears record high as miners and Micro Focus drive gains

    Strong results from leading software company Micro Focus and a rally among mining stocks drove Britain's FTSE 100 higher on Wednesday, while Crest Nicholson and mid-cap pub companies suffered sharp losses. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    PLATINUM WEEK-Mind the gap: Can subway and landmine technologies save S.Africa platinum?

    Technologies used to carve subways and clear landmines are being retooled to mechanise South Africa's platinum mines, where an unforgiving geology has stymied such efforts at a huge cost. The technologies may make new mines profitable and could provide a lifeline for some loss-making shafts in a sector battered by low prices and social unrest, but there are limits. The stakes are high in the world's top producer of the metal: most of South Africa's platinum shafts are losing money, while the handful of mechanised ones are profitable.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Russia's Alrosa sees rosy prospects from colourful diamonds

    Russia's Alrosa (ALRS.MM), the world's largest diamond producer by output, plans to boost revenue from selling rare, coloured stones where demand is stable, although it is a niche business. Nature gives fancy colours to about one in every 10,000 rough diamonds of gem quality that are mined around the world. This also means they are less affected by other factors driving supply and demand in the main diamond market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    FTSE 100 nears record levels as strong miners, Micro Focus drive gains

    Strong results from leading software company Micro Focus, and a rally among mining stocks, drove Britain's FTSE 100 higher on Wednesday while Crest (BSE: CREST.BO - news) Nicholson and mid-cap pub companies suffered sharp losses. The FTSE 100 was up 0.3 percent by 0833 GMT, at 7,744 points and flirting with the record high it reached in mid-January.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Rio Tinto CEO calls for 'United Nations of the mining world'

    Rio Tinto (RIO.L) (RIO.AX) CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques said resource companies needed to build "the United Nations of the mining industry" to tackle rising resource nationalism and cost inflation. Rising commodity prices typically lead to resource nationalism as they inspire resource-holding nations to demand higher shares of international mining companies' profits. At the same time, the miners say increased energy prices and wage demands are driving cost-inflation and eroding profit margins.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Rio Tinto CEO calls for 'United Nations of the mining world'

    Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques said resource companies needed to build "the United Nations of the mining industry" to tackle rising resource nationalism and cost inflation. Rising commodity prices typically lead to resource nationalism as they inspire resource-holding nations to demand higher shares of international mining companies' profits.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Anglo American to spin off unit to encourage platinum demand

    Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) will spin out its internal venture capital unit, it said on Tuesday, as the world's biggest platinum producer seeks to spur investment in fuel-cell technology to boost demand for a commodity in oversupply. The World Platinum Investment Council sees oversupply in the platinum market of 180,000 ounces in 2018, down from last year's level but above a previous forecast of 25,000 ounces. Confirming a report in the Financial Times, Anglo American said in an emailed comment it would provide more details in due course on the spin off of the internal fund that has been exploring new applications for platinum group metals, including hydrogen fuel cells.

  • Botswana's President Eyes Jobs in New `Marriage' With De Beers
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Botswana's President Eyes Jobs in New `Marriage' With De Beers

    Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi wants a new long-term diamond-sales pact with De Beers when the current 10-year deal expires in 2020 and for more gems to be processed locally. The conclusion of an accord is crucial for both Botswana, which relies on diamonds for almost a fifth of its gross domestic product, and for the Anglo American Plc unit that gets about two-thirds of its gems from the southern African nation. Masisi, who is due to contest elections next year, is pushing for the industry to create more jobs and is “dead determined” that more diamonds be cut and polished in the country.

  • De Beers tracks diamonds through supply chain using blockchain
    Reuters11 days ago

    De Beers tracks diamonds through supply chain using blockchain

    Anglo American's (AAL.L) De Beers said on Thursday it had tracked 100 high-value diamonds from miner to retailer using blockchain, in the first effort of its kind to clear the supply chain of imposters and conflict minerals. De Beers, the world's biggest diamond producer by the value of its gems, has led industry efforts to verify the authenticity of diamonds and ensure they are not from conflict zones where gems may be used to finance violence. "An immutable and secure digital trail was created for a selection of rough diamonds mined by De Beers as they moved from the mine to cutter and polisher, then through to a jeweler," De Beers said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    De Beers tracks diamonds through supply chain using blockchain

    Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) 's De Beers said on Thursday it had tracked 100 high-value diamonds from miner to retailer using blockchain, in the first effort of its kind to clear the supply chain of imposters and conflict minerals. De Beers, the world's biggest diamond producer by the value of its gems, has led industry efforts to verify the authenticity of diamonds and ensure they are not from conflict zones where gems may be used to finance violence. "An immutable and secure digital trail was created for a selection of rough diamonds mined by De Beers as they moved from the mine to cutter and polisher, then through to a jeweller," De Beers said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Closing snapshot: European stocks regain ground

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  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Time to buy British?

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  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-How's the earnings season going? "marginal beat"

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  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Building impetus with Sky, Sophos

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  • Reuters16 days ago

    Anglo American to end investment in deep sea mining company Nautilus

    (Reuters) - Diversified miner Anglo American (AAL.L) said on Friday it will end its investment in deep sea mining company Nautilus Mining (NUS.TO). "We are exiting our small minority shareholding ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Anglo American to end investment in deep sea mining company Nautilus

    Diversified miner Anglo American said on Friday it will end its investment in deep sea mining company Nautilus Mining. "We are exiting our small minority shareholding in Nautilus, as part of the prioritisation ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    South Africa miners reach $400 mln silicosis settlement with mining companies

    South African gold producers agreed a 5 billion rand ($400 million) class action settlement on Thursday with law firms representing thousands of miners who contracted the fatal lung diseases silicosis and tuberculosis, officials said on Thursday. The most far-reaching class action settlement ever reached in South Africa follows a long legal battle by miners to win compensation for illnesses they say they contracted over decades because of negligence in health and safety.

  • South African Gold Producers Reach Lung-Disease Settlement
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    South African Gold Producers Reach Lung-Disease Settlement

    Anglo American Plc, Harmony Gold Mining Co. Ltd. and other mining companies agreed to resolve a lawsuit filed by workers who said they contracted deadly lung diseases in South African gold mines in the country’s largest class-action settlement deal. The agreement provides for compensation for all eligible workers suffering from silicosis or tuberculosis who worked in the companies’ mines at any point since March 1965, the parties said in a statement Thursday. The six producers, which also include AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. and Gold Fields Ltd., last year set aside about 5 billion rand ($390 million) to settle the lawsuit.

  • Bloomberg18 days ago

    South African Gold Producers Agree to Settle Lung-Disease Suit

    Mining companies including Anglo American Plc agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit from workers who said they contracted deadly lung diseases in South African gold mines. The agreement provides for compensation for all eligible workers suffering from silicosis or tuberculosis who worked in the companies’ mines at any point since March 1965, the parties said in a statement Thursday. The settlement will be submitted to South Africa’s South Gauteng High Court for ratification.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    BUZZ-Glencore: rallies after Q1 production report

    ** Shares of commodities trader and miner +2 pct, near top of FTSE 100 ** Co says it expects 2018 earnings from its trading division to be at the top end of previously flagged range of $2.2 bln and $3.2 ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    S.African lawyer expects to sign gold miners' silicosis settlement Thursday

    A lawyer acting for nearly half a million miners who contracted fatal lung diseases silicosis and tuberculosis in mines said an out-of-court settlement was expected to be signed on Thursday with those ...

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