|Bid||4,652.00 x 0|
|Ask||4,656.00 x 0|
|Day's range||4,574.00 - 4,691.00|
|52-week range||3,750.00 - 5,039.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.83|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.83|
|Earnings date||26 Feb 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.59 (5.73%)|
|Ex-dividend date||08 Aug 2019|
|1y target est||53.70|
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Rio Tinto chief executive J-S Jacques said "We finished the year with good momentum, particularly in our Pilbara iron ore operations and in bauxite, despite having experienced some operational challenges in 2019. We are increasing our investment, with $2.25 billion of high-return projects in iron ore and copper approved in the fourth quarter. We also boosted our exploration and evaluation expenditure to $624 million in 2019, further strengthening our pipeline of opportunities.
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State-owned miner NMDC is poised to win a multibillion-dollar contract to explore and mine diamonds at a large project abandoned by global miner Rio Tinto, a leading local government official told Reuters. Madhya Pradesh has asked NMDC to explore the Bunder deposits, which could contain millions of carats of diamonds, Neeraj Mandloi, principal secretary at the state's Mineral Resource Department, told Reuters on Friday. The state government last month awarded a smaller portion of the deposit to Essel Mining & Industries, part of Indian conglomerate Aditya Birla Group, Mandloi said.
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Rio Tinto has donated a further A$750,000 to the Red Cross’ disaster relief and recovery efforts that are supporting people affected by Australia’s bushfire crisis. It adds to the A$250,000 Rio Tinto donated to the Red Cross in November, bringing the company’s total donation to A$1 million.
(Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Next Africa newsletter and follow Bloomberg Africa on TwitterRio Tinto Group is resuming operations at its South African mine that was shuttered earlier this month because of escalating violence in surrounding communities.The Richards Bay Minerals unit should be back at full operations in early January, leading to regular production in early 2020, Rio said in a statement Monday. The decision was taken after discussions led by the Premier of the KwaZulu-Natal province, aimed at securing stability.RBM employs about 5,000 staff and contractors, and exports titanium dioxide slag, used to create ingredients for products including paint, plastics, sunscreen and toothpaste.Read More: Violent Protests Shut Down Key Rio Tinto Mine in South AfricaRio said Dec. 4 it halted mining operations and temporarily suspended a $463 million expansion project following weeks of protests around the area where the mine is located and after an employee was shot and injured. The demonstrations weren’t related to the company, it said at the time.The company will review the restart of the Zulti South project after operations normalize.To contact the reporter on this story: Liezel Hill in Johannesburg at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lynn Thomasson at email@example.com, John BowkerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Rio Tinto has today started the process of resuming operations at Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) in South Africa. This follows discussions led by the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, Sihle Zikalala, involving all stakeholders focused on securing stability in order to address the issues in the community and provide the stable environment necessary for RBM to resume operations.
Water downstream of a Rio Tinto mine in southern Madagascar contains high concentrations of uranium and lead, potentially endangering local residents who depend on a nearby lake and river for drinking water, a study released on Friday found. Lead, when ingested, can impede the mental and physical development of children, while uranium can cause kidney damage. The study commissioned by southern Madagascar-focused British environmental charity The Andrew Lees Trust found that concentrations of uranium were 350 times higher downstream of the QIT-Madagascar Minerals (QMM) mine than upstream of it, and that lead concentrations were 9.8 times higher.
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Rio Tinto notes the unanimous approval by the Mongolian Parliament of a Resolution that instructs the government to look for ways to improve the implementation of the Investment Agreement of 2009, the Amended & Restated Shareholder Agreement of 2011 and to improve the Underground Mine Development & Financing Plan of 2015.
Madagascar plans to increase its royalties on nickel, cobalt, precious metals, and gemstones to 4% from 2% at present, a draft mining law showed on Tuesday, the latest African country to push for greater government revenue from mining activities. The bill, seen by Reuters and then confirmed by Mines Minister Fidiniavo Ravokatra in a statement to reporters, also proposes a government stake of at least 20% in any marketable mining production. Mining royalties would rise to 8% from 2% for raw precious stones.
The aluminium market is in trouble again. The London Metal Exchange (LME) price touched a three-year low of $1,705 per tonne in October and has failed to stage any significant bounce over the intervening period. Earlier this year there was a lot of excited talk in the market about growing supply deficits and falling stocks.
Shares of Canada's First Quantum Minerals Ltd rose as much as 5% to their highest since May on Monday after China's Jiangxi Copper Co Ltd agreed to buy a unit of the Canadian miner's largest shareholder for $1.1 billion. State-backed Jiangxi Copper said on Monday it would buy Cupric Holdings Ltd from investment company Pangaea Investment Management Ltd. Pangaea is First Quantum's biggest shareholder, owning 17.6% stake, according to Refinitiv data. The move adds to speculation about First Quantum amid heightened expectations for deals in copper, seen as a critical ingredient in low-carbon technologies.