AMS.JO - Anglo American Platinum Limited

Johannesburg - Johannesburg Delayed Price. Currency in ZAc
-1,337.00 (-1.47%)
As of 2:49PM SAST. Market open.
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Previous Close91,120.00
Bid89,694.00 x N/A
Ask89,826.00 x N/A
Day's Range88,630.00 - 91,406.00
52 Week Range43,985.00 - 93,500.00
Avg. Volume231,759
Market Cap241.41B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.39
PE Ratio (TTM)1,978.38
EPS (TTM)45.38
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield18.51 (2.07%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-06
1y Target Est450.67
  • Reuters

    PLATINUM WEEK-Amplats considers sale of Twickenham and Bokoni mines - CEO

    Anglo American Platinum is contemplating the sale of its Bokoni and Twickenham mines in South Africa, a move which would mostly complete the group's divestment strategy, its chief executive told Reuters. The precious metals producer has sold many of its mines as it pivots from the labour-intensive methods that have defined South African platinum mining to more mechanised operations, but struggled to dispose of loss-making Bokoni. Higher prices for the basket of precious metals sold by South African miners and a weaker rand currency have improved operating conditions for companies struggling to make profits.

  • Reuters

    Zimbabwe platinum mines to ride out power cuts, gold output less secure

    Power imports are cushioning platinum mining companies against Zimbabwe's worst blackouts in three years, but gold mines could face production cuts as they continue to rely on an unstable national grid, industry officials said. State utility ZETDC this week started indefinite rolling power cuts lasting up to 10 hours per day, blaming low water levels at the dam that supplies the biggest hydro plant and creaking infrastructure at ageing coal-fired generators. Mining generated most of Zimbabwe's $4.8 billion of export earnings last year and the cuts have raised the risk of further damage to an economy already experiencing a severe dollar crunch, soaring inflation and shortages of fuel and medicines.

  • Reuters

    Anglo American Q1 output falls; copper, Minas-Rio iron ore rise

    Anglo American said on Thursday technical problems dragged first-quarter production down 6 percent, but copper output rose, as did that of iron ore from its Minas-Rio mine in Brazil, which ramped up operations after a leak last year. The stock extended losses from the prior session, when JPMorgan warned of a $900 million cut to 2020 core profit if Minas-Rio failed to obtain a Brazilian tailings permit by the end of the year. JPMorgan downgraded the stock to "neutral" from "overweight", saying the share no longer looked cheap.