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Rio Tinto plc (RIO)


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39.17+0.46 (+1.19%)
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Previous close38.71
Open39.10
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's range38.86 - 39.37
52-week range27.74 - 47.11
Volume2,726,160
Avg. volume3,166,428
Market cap71.42B
Beta1.16
PE ratio (TTM)15.34
EPS (TTM)2.55
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield1.70 (4.45%)
Ex-dividend date2017-02-22
1y target est48.23
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  • Accused ex-Barclays chief quits Rio Tinto board
    AFP3 days ago

    Accused ex-Barclays chief quits Rio Tinto board

    Former Barclays chief executive John Varley quit as a director of mining giant Rio Tinto on Wednesday after being charged with conspiracy to commit fraud in Britain. The Anglo-Australian miner's chairman Jan du Plessis said he had the "highest regard" for Varley, who has been on the Rio board since 2011.

  • Rio backs Yancoal over Glencore for Australia coal mines
    AFP4 days ago

    Rio backs Yancoal over Glencore for Australia coal mines

    Rio Tinto Tuesday recommended China-backed Yancoal as the buyer of most of its Australian coal mines, rebuffing a surprise higher bid from commodities giant Glencore earlier this month. The world's second-largest miner said in January it was selling Coal & Allied to Yancoal Australia -- majority-controlled by China's Yanzhou Coal -- for US$2.45 billion. Rio said it spoke to both parties but still favoured Yancoal since the deal was expected to be completed faster due to greater funding and regulatory certainty.

  • Foreign bidding war for Rio's Australia coal mines
    AFP13 days ago

    Foreign bidding war for Rio's Australia coal mines

    A multi-billion dollar bidding war for most of Rio Tinto's Australian coal mines has broken out between China-backed Yancoal and Glencore after the Swiss commodities giant made an unexpected offer. Rio, the world's second-largest miner, is exiting coal mining in Australia at a time of falling prices and market volatility. The Anglo-Australian firm in January said it was selling Coal & Allied, to Yancoal Australia -- which is majority controlled by China's Yanzhou Coal, one of China's largest mining groups by market capitalisation -- for US$2.45 billion.