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Rio Tinto Group (RIO)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
65.14+0.61 (+0.95%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
65.10 -0.04 (-0.06%)
After hours: 07:49PM EST
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    RIO announced a cash dividend of 2.58 with an ex-date of Mar. 7, 2024

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Previous Close64.53
Open64.60
Bid65.11 x 1000
Ask65.12 x 1100
Day's Range64.20 - 65.30
52 Week Range58.27 - 75.09
Volume2,478,123
Avg. Volume2,703,631
Market Cap105.692B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.67
PE Ratio (TTM)10.57
EPS (TTM)6.16
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.35 (6.68%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 07, 2024
1y Target Est82.75
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    How Apache Stronghold's fight to protect Oak Flat in central Arizona has played out over the years

    Oak Flat, a piece of national forest land in central Arizona, is at the heart of a yearslong struggle between Native American groups and mining interests that both consider it important for their future. Resolution Copper, a subsidiary of international mining giants Rio Tinto and BHP, wants to develop the large deposit of copper ore deep under Oak Flat into a massive mine. The nonprofit Apache Stronghold considers the land sacred and says it should be preserved for religious ceremonies.

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    UPDATE 2-In blow to Native Americans, US court approves land swap for Rio's Arizona copper mine

    A U.S. appeals court on Friday narrowly ruled that the federal government may give away thousands of acres in Arizona to Rio Tinto for a copper mine, upholding a previous ruling and rejecting an argument from Native Americans that the land should be preserved for its religious and cultural value. The 6-5 ruling from the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals essentially defers to a 2014 decision made by the U.S. Congress and then-President Barack Obama to give the land to Rio and minority partner BHP for the Resolution Copper project. The decision comes amid the U.S. presidential election season, in which former President Donald Trump, who supports the mine, is likely to face off against President Joe Biden, who narrowly won Arizona in the 2020 election thanks to Native American votes.

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    In blow to Native Americans, US court approves land swap for Rio's Arizona copper mine

    (Reuters) -A U.S. appeals court on Friday narrowly ruled that the federal government may give away thousands of acres in Arizona to Rio Tinto for a copper mine, upholding a previous ruling and rejecting an argument from Native Americans that the land should be preserved for its religious and cultural value. The 6-5 ruling from the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals essentially defers to a 2014 decision made by the U.S. Congress and then-President Barack Obama to give the land to Rio and minority partner BHP for the Resolution Copper project. The decision comes amid the U.S. presidential election season, in which former President Donald Trump, who supports the mine, is likely to face off against President Joe Biden, who narrowly won Arizona in the 2020 election thanks to Native American votes.