The Wall Street Journal • 2 hours ago
The world’s biggest miners are profit machines again, cashing in on soaring commodity prices and rewarding investors who stuck with them through a brutal downturn.
Investor's Business Daily • 10 hours ago
BHP Billiton reported skyrocketing fiscal first-half earnings Tuesday. The mining giant also raised its dividend.
24/7 Wall St. • 15 hours ago
Freeport-McMoRan has failed to reach an agreement with the government of Indonesia and is implementing plans to reduce production at its Grasberg mine and lay off workers.
Financial Times • 20 hours ago
Anglo American on Tuesday called an end to forced asset sales after the mining company swung back to profit and reduced its debts last year because of an unexpected surge in commodity prices and cost cutting ...
The Wall Street Journal • yesterday
Copper bulls are looking smart. Some of the world’s biggest mining companies are now poised to reap the rewards, with Anglo American, BHP Billiton and Glencore set to report earnings this week.
Reuters • 2 days ago
SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Vale SA plans to become a company with no defined controlling shareholder as soon as possible, in a landmark step aimed at enhancing transparency and equal rights for all shareholders in the world's largest iron ore producer. Controlling shareholders grouped under holding company Valepar SA agreed to stay together for up to three and a half more years. Under terms of that, they will present a proposal soon by which Vale will incorporate Valepar and proceed to merge the company's several classes of stock into a single, common one by November.
RIO : Summary for Rio Tinto Plc Common Stock - Yahoo Finance
Rio Tinto plc (RIO)
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|Day's Range||45.88 - 46.24|
|52 Week Range||25.06 - 47.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||2,097.73|
|Dividend & Yield||1.70 (3.74%)|
|1y Target Est||47.38|