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Rio Tinto plc (RIO.L)


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3,220.00+88.00 (+2.81%)
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Previous close3,132.00
Open3,175.00
Bid3,110.00 x 30000
Ask3,236.00 x 26800
Day's range3,146.00 - 3,235.50
52-week range1,853.00 - 3,718.50
Volume4,644,839
Avg. volume4,527,299
Market cap57.91B
Beta1.36
PE ratio (TTM)12.61
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield2.52 (6.05%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • ABN Newswire15 days ago

    16th CRU World Copper Conference 2017 in Santiago Chile Draws Near

    Santiago, Chile, Mar 14, 2017 - (ABN Newswire) - The CRU World Copper Conference is the leading conference for the copper supply chain exploring the economic drivers, and commercial and governmental strategies ...

  • France's 'Atomic Anne' leaves Rio Tinto board
    AFP2 months ago

    France's 'Atomic Anne' leaves Rio Tinto board

    Controversial Frenchwoman Anne Lauvergeon has stepped down from the board of Rio Tinto just three years after joining the mining giant as a non-executive director, the company said Friday. Lauvergeon, also known as "Atomic Anne", was charged by French authorities last year in a case linked to nuclear giant Areva's disastrous 2007 purchase of a Canadian uranium mining firm. Lauvergeon and another Rio non-executive director Robert Brown "indicated their intention to step down from the board at the Rio Tinto Limited annual general meeting on 4 May 2017", the Anglo-Australian miner said.

  • Rio Tinto annual profit surges on spiking commodity prices
    AFP2 months ago

    Rio Tinto annual profit surges on spiking commodity prices

    Rio Tinto Wednesday reported a surge in annual net profit on the back of improving commodity prices in a strong turnaround from last year's loss, and rewarded shareholders with a buyback. The price of iron ore, Rio's main commodity, has recovered from less than US$40 a tonne just over a year ago to rising above US$80 earlier this year. As part of the US$3.6 billion return to shareholders, Rio declared a full-year dividend of 170 US cents per share and a share buyback of US$500 million this year.