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Rio Tinto plc (RIO.L)

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6,064.00+64.00 (+1.07%)
As of 11:43AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close6,000.00
Open6,002.00
Bid6,063.00 x 0
Ask6,063.00 x 0
Day's range5,972.00 - 6,065.00
52-week range4,226.50 - 6,876.26
Volume750,998
Avg. volume2,633,514
Market cap98.174B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)14.12
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield3.41 (5.68%)
Ex-dividend date04 Mar 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Rio kept destruction of Ice Age Australia heritage secret, Aboriginal group says
    Reuters

    Rio kept destruction of Ice Age Australia heritage secret, Aboriginal group says

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) -A Rio Tinto Ltd forerunner failed to protect 18,000-year-old artefacts showing how people lived during the last Ice Age, part of destruction that the mining giant kept secret for decades, an Australian Aboriginal group alleged on Friday. The group said that Rio, despite pledges to improve how it protects Indigenous heritage after its destruction of sacred sites last year, did not come clean about the 1990s destruction of heritage at an iron ore mine that local Aboriginal people still do not have access to. Australian mining "is an industry that hasn’t behaved responsibly and an industry that needs far greater oversight in heritage protection and agreement making," the Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation (WGAC) said in a statement.

  • Rio Tinto accused of allowing irreplaceable Indigenous artefacts to be dumped in rubbish tip
    The Guardian

    Rio Tinto accused of allowing irreplaceable Indigenous artefacts to be dumped in rubbish tip

    Rio Tinto accused of allowing irreplaceable Indigenous artefacts to be dumped in rubbish tipAboriginal owners of Marandoo mine in WA tell Juukan Gorge inquiry they were kept in the dark for decades over destruction of materials from sacred sites Aboriginal traditional owners of Rio Tinto’s Marandoo mine say they were never informed when materials salvaged from an 18,000-year-old rock shelter were accidentally taken to the tip in Darwin in 1995. Photograph: Paul Mayall Australia/Alamy

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