- Barrons.com•15 days ago
Russia's Norilsk Nickel (NILSY), the world's largest nickel producer, admitted that waste from a plant leaked into a local river, turning it bright red. The company, which also produces palladium and operates mines in Indonesia. CNN reports that despite the dramatic images resulting from the overflow at a Nadezhda plant, which colored the river blood red -- and the unknown nature of the chemical (s) released -- the company insists there is no danger: " 'On the 5th of September after abnormal heavy rain,' Norilsk Nickel said, 'the overflow of one of the dikes occurred, and water entered Daldykan River.' The company said the 'short-term river color staining with iron salts' presents no hazards for the people and river fauna, and said it will work to avoid such incidents in the future." Shares of Norilsk slipped more than 1% in U.S. trading Tuesday.
- Associated Press•15 days ago
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian metals company says that the waters in a Siberian river turned red last week because of discharge from a metals smelter there.
- Bloomberg•28 days ago
GMK Norilsk Nickel PJSC bought about 90,000 ounces of palladium for its stockpiles in the first half before prices rebounded.
Public Joint Stock Company Mining and Metallurgical Company Norilsk Nickel (GMKN.ME)
MCX - MCX Delayed Price. Currency in RUB
|Bid||0.00 x 1500|
|Ask||0.00 x 100|
|Day's Range||9,800.00 - 10,035.00|
|52wk Range||7,840.00 - 10,067.00|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
|P/E Ratio (ttm)||768.49|
|Avg Vol (3m)||138,440|
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