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Rio Tinto Limited (RIO.AX)

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66.89+0.22 (+0.33%)
As of 4:10PM AEST. Market open.
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Previous close66.67
Open67.49
Bid72.13 x 28500
Ask63.55 x 38000
Day's range66.67 - 67.49
52-week range46.90 - 70.00
Volume1,673,554
Avg. volume2,010,440
Market cap119.32B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)19.50
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est58.91
  • Business Wire6 days ago

    U.S. Borax Launches Mobile Crop Guide to Help Agronomists, Growers and Researchers Identify and Treat Boron Deficiency in Soils

    DENVER--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- U.S. Borax, part of Rio Tinto, has launched a mobile crop guide to help agronomists, growers and researchers identify and treat boron deficiency in soils, a key issue facing agriculture. ...

  • Rio completes Australia coal mines sale to China's Yancoal
    AFP19 days ago

    Rio completes Australia coal mines sale to China's Yancoal

    Mining giant Rio Tinto has wrapped up the sale of most of its Australian coal assets to Yancoal, with the China-backed firm taking control of the business on Friday. Rio, the world's second-largest miner, which is dual-listed in Britain and Australia, banked US$2.45 billion in cash with a further US$240 million due in royalty payments. With its Coal & Allied operations transferring to Yancoal, Rio said its 2017 thermal coal production had been revised down to 13-14 million tonnes, from 17-18 million tonnes previously.

  • Rio Tinto shareholders gain as miner's profit soars
    AFP2 months ago

    Rio Tinto shareholders gain as miner's profit soars

    Mining giant Rio Tinto Wednesday reported a 93 percent jump in first-half net profit on the back of rising commodity prices as it returned a bumper US$3.0 billion to shareholders. The Anglo-Australian firm said net profit was US$3.31 billion in the six months to June 30, compared to US$1.71 billion in the same period last year. Underlying profit, the measure preferred by Rio, jumped 152 percent to US$3.94 billion, narrowly missing analysts' estimates.