AAL.L - Anglo American plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
1,543.00
+0.80 (+0.05%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous Close1,542.20
Open1,545.80
Bid1,515.00 x 45000
Ask1,560.00 x 65000
Day's Range1,528.40 - 1,554.60
52 Week Range1,253.00 - 1,948.00
Volume5,502,865
Avg. Volume6,485,989
Market Cap21.603B
Beta1.65
PE Ratio (TTM)6.30
EPS (TTM)245.00
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.76 (4.52%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-15
1y Target Est23.97
  • Anglo American Says Demand `Very Strong,' Dismisses Breakup Rumor
    Bloomberg Video22 days ago

    Anglo American Says Demand `Very Strong,' Dismisses Breakup Rumor

    Jul.26 -- Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer at Anglo American Plc, discusses the company's new mine in Peru and the outlook for global copper demand as first-half profits surged at the century-old miner. Cutifani also discusses rumors that Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal, the company's largest shareholder, is pursuing a breakup of the company. Cutifani talks with Annmarie Hordern on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Aug 16

    Aug 16 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 20 points at 7,518 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers. * RANK GROUP: British bingo and casino operator Rank Group's full-year ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Ex-divs to take 17 points off FTSE 100 on Aug 16

    LONDON, Aug 13 (Reuters) - The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations ...

  • Only 2 Days Left To Cash In On Anglo American plc (LON:AAL) Dividend, Should Investors Buy?
    Simply Wall St.4 days ago

    Only 2 Days Left To Cash In On Anglo American plc (LON:AAL) Dividend, Should Investors Buy?

    On the 21 September 2018, Anglo American plc (LON:AAL) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of US$0.49 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s stock beforeRead More...

  • Turkey and Russia tremors push FTSE down
    Reuters6 days ago

    Turkey and Russia tremors push FTSE down

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Anxiety over emerging market assets sent the FTSE down on Friday as a currency crisis in Turkey deepened and Russia's rouble extended losses, dragging exposed stocks down. ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Tribal chiefs face reckoning over rights to South Africa's rural homelands

    A hardscrabble patch of South Africa disputed between black farmers and tribal leaders working with platinum mining interests is legal ground zero in a battle to loosen the chiefs' grip on communal lands. Land rights are a hot-button issue ahead of elections in 2019 as the African National Congress (ANC) moves forward with a constitutional amendment aimed at a more equitable distribution of land, including possibly expropriating land from whites without compensation.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] China’s Cleanup Efforts Create Boom for South African Miner

    China’s efforts to curb the smog polluting its cities and clean up its steel industry are remaking the global iron-ore market, driving billion-dollar investments by mining companies and shifting the fortunes of previously unloved pits. This sudden shift in demand from China has fragmented the iron-ore market, with prices climbing for certain kinds of ore with higher iron content. Existing miners such as Anglo American PLC subsidiary Kumba Iron Ore Ltd., which produces high-grade ore, are reaping the benefits of China’s changing tastes.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Rising oil prices threaten to erode mining sector's profitability

    Brent crude prices are up 40 percent in the past year, cheering oil industry executives but causing concern among their customers in the mining sector. The concern is especially acute for underground miners, with power and labour costs about two-thirds of their expenses. "Let's be clear: Inflation is going to hit – is hitting all communities and all players across the industry," Rio Tinto Chief Executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques told investors earlier this week after the company's profit for the first half of the year missed estimates.

  • Moody's14 days ago

    Anglo American SA Finance Limited -- Moody's changes outlook on Anglo's ratings to positive; affirms Baa3 ratings.

    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has today affirmed the Baa3 long term issuer rating of Anglo American plc ("Anglo") and the group's Baa3 senior unsecured instrument and P-3 short term ratings. Moody's also affirmed the senior unsecured (P)Baa3 rating on Anglo's medium-term note (MTN) programme and its (P)P-3 short term rating as well as Anglo American SA Finance Limited's Aa1.za national scale ratings.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents16 days ago

    Edited Transcript of AAL.L earnings conference call or presentation 26-Jul-18 8:00am GMT

    Half Year 2018 Anglo American PLC Earnings Call

  • Reuters17 days ago

    COLUMN-BHP, Rio deals show lack of options beyond shareholder returns: Russell

    Two recent deals by the world's two biggest mining companies both looked positive for shareholders, but also underscore the challenges facing major commodity producers. BHP Billiton last week agreed to sell its U.S. shale oil and gas assets for $10.5 billion, while Rio Tinto appears on track to exit its troubled investment in the giant Grasberg copper and gold mine in Indonesia for about $3.5 billion. Both deals were generally well-received by investors, largely because they resolve long-running sores for the mining giants and will likely result in a return of the proceeds to shareholders.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    COLUMN-BHP, Rio deals show lack of options beyond shareholder returns: Russell

    Two recent deals by the world's two biggest mining companies both looked positive for shareholders, but also underscore the challenges facing major commodity producers. BHP Billiton last week agreed to sell its U.S. shale oil and gas assets for $10.5 billion, while Rio Tinto appears on track to exit its troubled investment in the giant Grasberg copper and gold mine in Indonesia for about $3.5 billion. Both deals were generally well-received by investors, largely because they resolve long-running sores for the mining giants and will likely result in a return of the proceeds to shareholders.

  • GVC, Vodafone light up flat FTSE
    Reuters17 days ago

    GVC, Vodafone light up flat FTSE

    By Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index steadied on Monday as a jump in Vodafone and GVC's shares outweighed a broader decline among commodities-related sectors. The blue-chip FTSE 100 ...

  • Explainer - Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal's moves on Anglo
    Reuters21 days ago

    Explainer - Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal's moves on Anglo

    Billionaire Anil Agarwal in July said he planned to offer around $1 billion to take London-listed Vedanta Resources Plc (VED.L) private, a move that has rekindled speculation his ultimate aim is a deal with miner Anglo American (AAL.L). Agarwal's Volcan family trust has until July 30 to make a firm offer or walk away from the deal, which would leave Vedanta listed only in India (VDAN.NS). In March 2017, Agarwal began amassing a stake in Anglo American through a three-year JPMorgan mandatory convertible bond named "POEMS".

  • Alaska mine project review proceeds over governor's doubts
    Associated Press21 days ago

    Alaska mine project review proceeds over governor's doubts

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proceeding with an environmental review of a proposed copper and gold mine located near a major salmon fishery in Alaska, despite a request from the state's governor that the review be halted. Gov. Bill Walker, in a letter co-signed by Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott last month, said the company behind the proposed Pebble Mine had yet to show that the project is feasible or realistic. Walker's request was not one that the corps could grant under its rules, he said.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    De Beers sizes up Canadian diamond project, first big buy in nearly two decades

    Anglo American unit De Beers expects its purchase of Canada's Peregrine Diamonds (PGD.TO), its first upstream diamond acquisition since 2000, to be completed in a month to six weeks' time. Peregrine is the sole owner of the Chidliak project on Baffin Island in northeastern Canada. De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver said in an interview on Thursday it could take "a few years to prove the resource", but work would begin on doing so once the 107 million Canadian dollars (62.37 million pounds) transaction is completed by around September.

  • Anglo American confirms $5 billion Peru copper project
    Reuters22 days ago

    Anglo American confirms $5 billion Peru copper project

    Anglo American is going ahead with the $5 billion (£3.9 billion) development of its Quellaveco project in Peru, one of the world's largest untapped copper resources with the potential to transform the company's business outlook. The company also announced its first-half earnings had risen 11 percent year-on-year, driven by stronger commodity prices and greater efficiency. After being one of the miners hardest hit by the commodity crash of 2015-16, Anglo American has made one of the strongest recoveries, although all the major miners have pared gains as concerns of a possible trade war hit metals markets.

  • Anglo American Says Demand `Very Strong,' Dismisses Breakup Rumor
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Anglo American Says Demand `Very Strong,' Dismisses Breakup Rumor

    Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer at Anglo American Plc, discusses the company's new mine in Peru and the outlook for global copper demand as first-half profits surged at the century-old miner. Cutifani ...

  • Anglo Bucks Mining Trend by Pouring Profit Into Mega Project
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Anglo Bucks Mining Trend by Pouring Profit Into Mega Project

    Anglo American Plc gave the green light to a giant new $5 billion copper mine in Peru, setting it apart from rivals who are instead focusing on throwing record amounts of cash back to shareholders. The century-old miner, which almost collapsed amid a commodity crisis just 2 1/2 years ago, is aggressively pursuing growth at a time when other majors are focusing on paying out dividends. The company on Thursday said it has signed off on the Quellaveco project in Peru as it announced a jump in first-half profit.

  • Anglo Pours Bumper Profits Into New Mine and Investors' Pockets
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Anglo Pours Bumper Profits Into New Mine and Investors' Pockets

    Anglo American Plc gave the green light to a giant new copper mine in Peru while also rewarding shareholders as its first-half profits surged. The company on Thursday said it has signed off on its $5 billion Quellaveco project in Peru. The London-based company also said it’ll pay a dividend of 49 cents a share, while debt was further cut to $4 billion.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Mining shares drag FTSE lower, but ITV shines

    The UK's top share index fell on Wednesday as mining stocks lost ground, with earnings in focus as ITV and Informa issued updates. The blue-chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index fell 0.7 percent at 7,658.26 points. The broader European market was also lower before a meeting between European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and U.S. President Donald Trump.

  • FTSE on the rise as banks, miners rally
    Reuters24 days ago

    FTSE on the rise as banks, miners rally

    By Danilo Masoni and Kit Rees MILAN (Reuters) - Britain's top share index rose on Tuesday as banks and mining companies rallied, joining in with a broader rise across European stocks as sectors bruised ...

  • De Beers Moving 200 Elephants to Mozambique to Restore Herds
    Bloomberg25 days ago

    De Beers Moving 200 Elephants to Mozambique to Restore Herds

    De Beers, the world’s biggest diamond producer, said it has begun transporting 200 elephants from South Africa in an effort to boost Mozambique’s herds after they were depleted amid 15 years of civil war....

  • The Wall Street Journal25 days ago

    [$$] Monday's European Corporate Roundup

    Atos has struck a $3.4 billion deal to buy Syntel, a U.S.-based information-technology company, in a move that would give it access to some of the biggest U.S. financial-services companies. The French company said late Sunday that it plans to pay $41 a share in cash for Michigan-based Syntel. Platinum, which is majority-owned by Anglo American PLC, is to pay ZAR800 million up front, followed by additional monthly payments over a six-year period, determined by the spot prices of platinum group metals and capped at ZAR22 billion.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Amplats reports jump in first half earnings, buys Glencore's stake in Mototolo platinum mine

    Anglo American Platinum (AMSJ.J) posted a 350 percent rise in interim profits on Monday and kept the dividend tap flowing as it reaps the benefits of a pivot to mechanised mining that has lifted productivity and cut costs. The world's largest platinum producer also announced that it had acquired Glencore's (GLEN.L) 39 percent stake in Mototolo, a mechanised platinum mine on the eastern limb of South Africa's platinum belt. "The acquisition of Glencore’s stake in the Mototolo JV increases Amplats' interest in a mechanised, low-cost, high quality resource," Chief Executive Chris Griffith said in a statement.