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Rio Tinto Group (RIO.L)

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Previous Close5,846.00
Open5,908.00
Bid5,908.00 x 0
Ask5,908.00 x 0
Day's Range5,861.00 - 5,947.00
52 Week Range4,226.50 - 6,876.26
Volume1,505,748
Avg. Volume2,473,877
Market Cap95.935B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)13.74
EPS (TTM)431.40
Earnings DateFeb 17, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield3.41 (5.57%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 04, 2021
1y Target Est53.70
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Canadian union Unifor starts strike at Rio Tinto operations

    Canadian union Unifor said on Sunday about 900 workers had started strike action at global miner Rio Tinto's operations in the western Canadian province of British Columbia. Unifor issued a 72-hour strike notice on Wednesday after nearly seven weeks of unproductive talks over proposed changes to workers' retirement benefits and unresolved grievances. "Rio Tinto has made every effort to reach a mutually beneficial agreement through negotiating with Unifor over the past seven weeks, and will continue to do so," the company said in the statement.

  • Canadian union Unifor starts strike at Rio Tinto operations
    Reuters

    Canadian union Unifor starts strike at Rio Tinto operations

    Unifor issued a 72-hour strike notice on Wednesday after nearly seven weeks of unproductive talks over proposed changes to workers' retirement benefits and unresolved grievances. "Rio Tinto has made every effort to reach a mutually beneficial agreement through negotiating with Unifor over the past seven weeks, and will continue to do so," the company said in the statement. "Rio Tinto was given every opportunity to reach a fair deal but showed complete disregard for our issues," the union said in a statement.

  • Record Profits and Blockbuster Dividends: Here Come the Miners
    Bloomberg

    Record Profits and Blockbuster Dividends: Here Come the Miners

    (Bloomberg) -- The world’s biggest mining companies are about to start revealing how much cash they’re churning out from this year’s commodity boom. Look out for record profits followed by eye-watering dividend payouts.The top-five western diversified miners may have earned a combined $85 billion for the first half of the year, according to analyst estimates, more than double the level from a year ago. Rio Tinto Group, the first to report on Wednesday, is expected to announce $22 billion of prof