AAL.L - Anglo American plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
+8.00 (+0.37%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close2,161.50
Bid2,169.00 x 45000
Ask2,168.50 x 65000
Day's range2,143.00 - 2,182.50
52-week range1,433.80 - 2,229.50
Avg. volume4,303,884
Market cap27.462B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.95
PE ratio (TTM)7.92
EPS (TTM)274.00
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.76 (3.72%)
Ex-dividend date2019-03-14
1y target est24.50
  • Reuters7 days ago

    Vedanta Resources raises $1 billion through bond issue

    (Reuters) - Miner Vedanta Resources said on Friday it had raised $1 billion (£765.5 million) through a bond issue and would use the proceeds to repay existing debt. The bonds, sold in two tranches, were ...

  • Mining Giant Vows to Scrap $3 Billion Plan If Opposition Soars
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Mining Giant Vows to Scrap $3 Billion Plan If Opposition Soars

    The London-based company will file for environmental approval of the $3 billion project to increase production at its Los Bronces mine during the third quarter, Henni Faul, who heads the miner’s copper business, said in an interview. The Los Bronces project is part of Anglo American’s plan to expand its portfolio of copper assets organically, Faul said. Production at Los Bronces -- the largest copper mine operated by the globe-straddling company -- will decline in five years as ore grades decrease.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Jewellers must say whether diamonds are mined or synthetic: U.S. FTC

    WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which investigates allegations of deceptive advertising, said on Tuesday that it has sent warning letters to eight companies to insist that they distinguish in advertisements between diamonds that come from mines and those made in laboratories. The FTC said that it had found instances where the eight companies advertised diamond jewellery "without clearly and conspicuously disclosing that the diamonds are laboratory-created," according to the letter. An unredacted version of one of the letters seen by Reuters identified that recipient as Diamond Foundry, a California company that makes laboratory diamonds.

  • Rout Hammers Palladium After Slew of Bubble Warnings
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Rout Hammers Palladium After Slew of Bubble Warnings

    As prices scaled new highs in the first quarter, Saxo Bank A/S, Commerzbank AG and UBS Group AG were among banks warning of the potential for substantial pullbacks. “Much of palladium’s doubling in price over the last eight months was driven by supply concerns, and these are well-explored,” Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist at CMC Markets Asia Pacific Pty, said in an email.

  • Reuterslast month

    FTSE 100's winning streak broken as Brexit delay plea hits financials

    By Shashwat Awasthi and Yadarisa Shabong (Reuters) - Financial stocks and housebuilders slipped after British Prime Minister Theresa May asked the European Union to delay Brexit and caused the FTSE 100 ...

  • London's main index up as no-deal Brexit 'off the table'
    Reuterslast month

    London's main index up as no-deal Brexit 'off the table'

    The domestically-focussed FTSE 250, more exposed to outcomes of Brexit proceedings, rose 0.6 percent. Wednesday's parliamentary vote paved the way for another one on Thursday that could delay Britain's exit from the European Union until at least the end of June.

  • Reuterslast month

    Floating solar panels to boost efficiency at Chilean copper mine

    Miner Anglo American on Thursday completed the installation of a floating island of solar panels in a tailings pond associated with its flagship Los Bronces copper mine outside the Chilean capital of Santiago, a bid to boost efficiency at the deposit. Chile mining minister Baldo Prokurica, who attended a ceremony inaugurating the project, said he saw the pilot programme, the first of its kind, according to Anglo American, as a model to follow. In Chile, the world's top copper producer, that has largely meant a turn to solar power and desalinated sea water.

  • New 13-carat pink diamond sells for $8.8m
    Yahoo Finance UKlast month

    New 13-carat pink diamond sells for $8.8m

    London-traded diamond mining firm Gem Diamonds announced on Thursday that it sold a 13.3-carat pink diamond for $8.8m.

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  • Reuterslast month

    Undercover Down Under - Miners study gum leaves, groundwater for new finds

    Australian mining magnate Lang Hancock famously discovered the world's biggest iron ore deposit when he noticed the red-stained cliffs of a canyon while flying over the Outback in the 1950s. Now, the days when massive mineral deposits could be simply spotted by plane are gone, so miners are adopting new lab techniques and machine-led mapping to detect metal traces in everything from sand to gum tree leaves and groundwater. Australian miners are taking a deeper look at the 80 percent of the country that lies "under cover" - obscured by metres of sediment and sand, particularly in the desert interior, across an area twice the size of India.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] After Brazil Tragedy, Mining Firms Call for New Oversight of Waste Dams

    Some of the world’s largest mining companies are calling for an independent global body to monitor the risks posed by waste dams, as the industry scrambles to react to a collapse in Brazil that left at least 171 people dead. Last month’s accident has raised questions about whether safety auditors, like the one Vale SA employed at its dam in Brumadinho, can be independent when they also compete for consulting fees from the same company. The chief executives of BHP Group Ltd., Anglo American PLC and Glencore PLC, and a spokesman for ArcelorMittal SA, the steelmaker that operates mines, say they would back an independent body to oversee dams.

  • Russian diamond giant hopes politics won't wreck US expansion plans
    Yahoo Finance UK2 months ago

    Russian diamond giant hopes politics won't wreck US expansion plans

    Russian diamond giant Alrosa has big expansion plans in America despite tense US-Russia relations. The head of the US business, Rebecca Foerster, gave an exclusive interview to Yahoo Finance UK to discuss Alrosa's strategy.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Anglo American restarts Australian coal operations after worker fatality

    Anglo American has restarted operations at its Moranbah North coal facility in Australia's Queensland state, it said on Monday, after one worker died and several were injured in a collision underground last week. The driver of the grader, Bradley Hardwick, was taken by ambulance to hospital and later died.

  • China’s Australian Coal Ban Is Less Than Meets the Eye
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    China’s Australian Coal Ban Is Less Than Meets the Eye

    A Reuters report Thursday that the northern port of Dalian had banned imports from China’s biggest supplier of the black stuff sent ripples through global markets, driving the Australian dollar down as much as 1.3 percent after a whipsawing day of trade. London-listed shares in Glencore Plc, Anglo American Plc and BHP Group fell 3.2 percent, 1.5 percent and 2 percent respectively. The obvious fear is that Canberra’s increasingly rocky relationship with Beijing could be prompting more widespread import curbs, not unlike China’s brake on U.S. agricultural exports since the trade war began.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    De Beers says lab-grown diamond wholesale prices fall by up to 60 pct

    Wholesale prices for lab-grown diamonds have fallen by up to 60 percent since De Beers began selling synthetic stones for jewellery in September, CEO Bruce Cleaver said on Thursday, adding margins for the sector would continue to fall. De Beers, part of mining group Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) , shocked the diamond industry last year when it announced it was reversing a decades-old policy of selling natural diamonds only for jewellery and synthetic stones for industrial uses. Its Lightbox brand, created for the new synthetic venture, is starting small, selling 20,000 carats by the end of 2019, but De Beers has invested in a synthetic diamond factory in the U.S. state of Oregon, which should produce more than half a million rough carats a year when fully operational in 2020.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Anglo American Boosts Profit and Cuts Debt Amid Turnaround

    The London-listed diversified mining company’s net profit rose 12% to $3.55 in the year-ended Dec. 31. In 2015, as commodities prices plumbed to historic lows and the troubled Minas-Rio iron ore mega project in Brazil racked up debts, the company said it would shed tens of thousands of jobs around the world and sell off assets. A rise in those commodity prices and higher productivity at Anglo American has helped the company recover, with its share price up by almost a third since the start of 2018.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Anglo American Beats Forecasts With 12% Profit Rise

    The diversified mining company said it made a profit of $3.56 billion in the year-ended Dec. 31 compared with $3.17 billion in 2017. A consensus estimate from 18 analysts compiled by FactSet forecast profit at $2.8 billion. Revenue for the year rose 5% to $27.61 billion, Anglo American said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Anglo American core profit beats, on journey to 'zero harm'

    Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) reported on Thursday better than expected core earnings, driven by higher copper and coal prices, but said no financial performance was "worth a life" and its biggest challenge was eliminating danger at its mines. The mining industry is under scrutiny following the collapse of a dam operated by Vale (Swiss: VALE.SW - news) in Brazil in January, which has rocked confidence in the sector just when balance sheets had been repaired after the commodities crash of 2015-16. Of the major companies, Anglo American was one of the worst hit by the commodity market slump and has made the strongest recovery.

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