ANTO.L - Antofagasta plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
+20.00 (+2.15%)
As of 2:15PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous Close929.00
Bid949.00 x 0
Ask949.20 x 0
Day's Range935.00 - 954.40
52 Week Range727.60 - 1,026.00
Avg. Volume2,121,580
Market Cap9.4B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)14.36
EPS (TTM)66.10
Earnings DateAug 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.37 (3.99%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-09-05
1y Target Est11.28
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-Chile's Codelco resumes operations after union calls for end to strike

    Chile's Codelco, the world's top copper miner, said it had resumed normal operations after its unionized workers struck a deal with government officials late Wednesday to end a day-long walk-off amid a week of raucous protests throughout Chile. The Copper Workers Federation (FTC), which includes unionized workers from each of Codelco's divisions, had joined a nation-wide strike of state workers in a show of support for protesters' demands for action to tackle inequality in Chile.

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    UPDATE 2-Antofagasta expects Chile unrest to dent output, issues dismal 2020 outlook

    Copper producer Antofagasta Plc said on Wednesday protests in Chile could cut its production by about 5,000 tonnes, equivalent to less than 3% of third quarter output, due to delays in supplies and travel disruptions for workers. The London-listed miner, which has four mines in Chile and employs about 19,000 people, kept its annual forecast unchanged at 750,000-790,000 tonnes of copper this year but said 2020 output would be lower at 725,000-755,000 tonnes. Antofagasta produced 197,000 tonnes of copper in the third quarter, 0.8% lower than the previous three months but up on the 188,300 tonnes produced a year earlier.

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    Chile's Zaldivar mine asks for more time to answer questions amid Atacama water concerns

    Chilean copper miner Antofagasta Plc said on Tuesday it would ask regulators for more time to answer questions about an environmental impact study for its Zaldivar mine, which draws water from Chile's lithium-rich Atacama salt flat. Chilean regulators last year delayed their review of Zaldivar's environmental study amid rising concerns over dwindling water supplies at Atacama. The Atacama salt flat is home to lithium miners SQM and Albemarle Corp, which together produce one-third of the world's supply of the ultralight battery metal.

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    Without U.S.-China trade war, copper price would be higher - Antofagasta chairman

    A trade war between the United States and China is depressing the price of copper and the red metal would be 5% to 15% higher without the dispute, the chairman for Chile's Antofagasta Plc told a Chilean newspaper on Sunday. "Without the commercial war, I am convinced that the price of copper would be between $3.20 and $3.50 per pound," Jean-Paul Luksic said in an interview with El Mercurio. The bruising trade war, which has slowed the global economy, is clouding the outlook for demand from top metals consumer China.

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  • Reuters

    Antofagasta copper output rises as China fears threaten demand

    Antofagasta said on Wednesday production in the quarter was bolstered by better quality ore and higher output, mainly at its Centinela mine, and kept its annual output forecast of 750,000-790,000 tonnes unchanged. The FTSE 100 company, majority-owned by Chile's Luksic family, said production in the first quarter of 2019 rose to 188,600 tonnes from 153,800 tonnes a year earlier. Total copper production at Centinela was 68,800 tonnes, 45.5 percent higher than 2018.

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    CRU-CESCO-Copper industry to see more disruptions in 2019 -Antofagasta CEO

    The global copper industry will be rocked by more disruptions this year than in 2018, contributing to a supply deficit as demand for the red metal continues to grow, the top executive of Chilean miner Antofagasta told Reuters. Antofagasta CEO Ivan Arriagada said labor strife, extreme weather and unexpected project delays will knock as much as a million tonnes off the year's total copper production, versus 600,000 the previous year. "We think this year there will be bigger disruptions than last, which was unusually tranquil," said Arriagada in an interview on the sidelines of CRU's World Copper Conference in Santiago.

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    CRU-CESCO-Codelco 'perfectly well' financed for next two years - board chairman

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    CRU-CESCO-Antofagasta to stay put on dividend policy but will return cash to shareholders

    Chilean miner Antofagasta Plc will retain its dividend policy of paying out at least 35 percent of underlying net earnings but will pay out excess funds from the proceeds of sales to shareholders, its chief executive said. "If you look at the last three or four years, we have been distributing close to around 50 percent of net earnings.