GLEN.L - Glencore plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
261.00
+1.35 (+0.52%)
At close: 4:37PM BST
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Previous Close259.65
Open262.20
Bid261.45 x 1586300
Ask261.05 x 294500
Day's Range259.10 - 263.79
52 Week Range257.55 - 409.80
Volume38,294,461
Avg. Volume38,463,365
Market Cap35.569B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.07
PE Ratio (TTM)10.88
EPS (TTM)24.00
Earnings DateAug 7, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.15 (4.82%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-09-05
1y Target Est4.95
  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Vedanta's Zambia liquidation case adjourned until June 4

    LUSAKA/JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A court hearing between Vedanta and the government of Zambia over control of its Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) business was adjourned on Friday until June 4. The government is pressing for the liquidation of KCM which it has accused of breaching its operating licence. The company faces a lawsuit in the English courts over allegations KCM polluted the land of nearly 2,000 Zambian villagers.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    Head of Glencore’s agriculture business to retire after 17 years

    Chris Mahoney, the veteran head of Glencore’s agricultural business, has announced his retirement after 17 years as chief executive. The retirement marks a further changing of the guard at Glencore, the Swiss-based miner and commodity trader. Last year, Aristotelis Mistakidis, the head of the company’s copper business and a key lieutenant of Glencore chief executive Ivan Glasenberg, stepped down.

  • Top Miner BHP Sees an End to the Era of Coal
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Top Miner BHP Sees an End to the Era of Coal

    There’s the prospect that the material will be “phased out, potentially sooner than expected,” Chief Financial Officer Peter Beaven said in an investor presentation on Wednesday. BHP follows its biggest competitors Rio Tinto Group and Glencore Plc in questioning the future role of coal used for power generation, as investors press for more action to tackle climate change and tighten restrictions on holding companies that produce the fuel. Rio sold its final coal mines last year, while Glencore said in March it would seek to limit production.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Glencore to supply cobalt feedstock to restart First Cobalt refinery in Canada

    Glencore's unit plans to provide feedstock for the refinery, which is expected to result in an annual production of about 2,000 to 2,500 tonnes per annum of cobalt in sulfate from the refinery. The First Cobalt refinery in Ontario, 600 km from the U.S. border, has the potential to produce either a cobalt sulfate for the lithium-ion battery market or cobalt metal for the North American industrial and military applications. Once operational, the refinery would become the only North American producer of refined cobalt for electric vehicle market.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Vedanta, KCM seek urgent Zambia talks, court appoints liquidator

    Mining company Vedanta and its Zambian unit Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) said they were seeking urgent talks with the Zambian president following a high court order on Tuesday to appoint a provisional liquidator. A day after President Edgar Lungu announced a plan to strip KCM of its mining licence and bring in new investors, a high court document seen by Reuters, named Zambian law firm Lungu Simwanza & Company to oversee KCM.

  • Exclusive: Russian pipeline restart hit by dirty oil evacuation problems
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: Russian pipeline restart hit by dirty oil evacuation problems

    Hopes for a speedy resumption of oil exports from Russia to Poland and Germany along the Druzhba pipeline route are fading after plans to remove dirty oil from the pipeline had a major setback last week, three trading sources said. Russia halted oil flows along the pipeline to Eastern Europe and Germany in April because of contaminated crude, leaving refiners in Europe scrambling to find supplies. Under the restart plan, Total was due to take the lion's share of the dirty oil into its Leuna refinery in Germany to dilute and process it there, sources said.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    LME dismisses Glencore complaint over access to metal in Malaysia - sources

    The London Metal Exchange (LME) has dismissed a complaint from miner and commodity trader Glencore over its inability to take fast delivery of aluminium from warehouses owned by ISTIM UK in Port Klang, Malaysia, two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday. Sources had told Reuters earlier this year that Glencore's complaint highlighted uncertainties in the LME's storage rules, after industry reform sparked by accusations from consumers that banks and traders were hoarding metal in LME warehouses.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Zambia seeks 'divorce' from Vedanta over alleged mining breaches

    Zambia plans to strip Vedanta-controlled Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) of its mining licence and bring a new investor into the operation, in a move likely to stoke international miners' concerns about rising government intervention in the sector. Zambian President Edgar Lungu announced the plan on Monday, which his spokesman said followed a number of breaches of the terms of the licence, without giving details. Zambia, Africa's second-biggest copper producer, has also proposed tax changes that Lungu says he will push through, despite opposition from international miners which say they will deter investment that Zambia desperately needs.

  • Zambia Files Notice of Plans to Seize Vedanta Copper Assets
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Zambia Files Notice of Plans to Seize Vedanta Copper Assets

    The move marks an escalation in tension between the government and mine owners, after Lungu last week threatened to “divorce” Vedanta and Glencore Plc, two of the biggest employers in Africa’s second-largest copper producer. Lungu mainly targeted Konkola Copper Mines, Vedanta’s local unit, in a weekend visit to Zambia’s Copperbelt province, where some companies are cutting production and firing workers.

  • Exclusive: Western buyers freeze payments for contaminated oil in extended Russian outage
    Reuters4 days ago

    Exclusive: Western buyers freeze payments for contaminated oil in extended Russian outage

    Total and Eni have stopped payments for the contaminated oil sold to them by Russian firms and said they will only pay when compensation is agreed, trading sources said, upping the stakes in what the sources say is Russia's worst oil supply disruption. The French and Italian oil majors told their suppliers, including Russia's Rosneft and Surgut, that they would be ready to make payments when the extent of damages is clear and would pay for clean oil when supplies resume, the sources said. Total and Eni are big buyers of Russian oil and are still purchasing it via multiple routes besides Druzhba, which is a major pipeline from Russia to Central Europe and Germany.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Vedanta seeks meeting with Zambian government over copper mine future

    Vedanta Resources is urgently seeking a meeting with the Zambian government over the future of its Konkola Copper Mines subsidiary, which President Edgar Lugu wants to nationalise. Mr Lungu announced plans on Monday to strip Vedanta-controlled KCM of its mining license and bring in a new investor to run the business, which is one of African’s largest copper producers and employs over 13,000 people. Mined metal production at KCM reached 91,000 tonnes last year.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    Glencore seeks to address Katanga debt woes

    Glencore is working on a deal to address the heavy debt load of Katanga Mining, the beleaguered Canadian-listed company that controls one of its most important assets. Glencore owns 86 per cent of Katanga Mining, which in turn controls the Kamoto Copper Company (KCC), one of Africa’s biggest copper producers and a key global supplier of cobalt. Katanga has been a near constant source of headaches for Glencore, which is run by billionaire trader Ivan Glasberg.

  • In limbo - the dirty Russian oil no one wants to pay for
    Reuters9 days ago

    In limbo - the dirty Russian oil no one wants to pay for

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The bills are due for millions of barrels of contaminated Russian oil that have been stuck for weeks in pipelines from Belarus to Germany - but no one wants to pay. Western oil companies and European refiners that bought the oil a month ago, before discovering it was unusable, have so far refrained from freezing payments as they are keen to maintain good long-term relations with the world's second biggest oil exporter and avoid protracted legal battles in Russian courts. Instead, several Western buyers have asked Russian producers if they can postpone payments for the tainted crude while buyers and sellers agree how to resolve the mess - and how to share the costs, four traders involved in Russian oil trading said.

  • Congo Nears Restructuring of Oil Loans, Unlocking IMF Cash
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Congo Nears Restructuring of Oil Loans, Unlocking IMF Cash

    The restructuring, which also involves several banks that supported the Trafigura deal, is key for Congo as it will help to unlock financial help from the International Monetary Fund. The Congo-Trafigura deal, which still needs to be formally ratified, will extend the debt maturity to 10 years from an original five years, the people said, asking not to be identified because the information isn’t public. The deal includes a clause for accelerated repayments if oil prices rise above a certain level.

  • Financial Times10 days ago

    Mining industry can ‘transcend’ China, says Glencore chief executive

    The metals and mining industry can “transcend” its biggest customer China as rising global living standards and the shift to cleaner forms of energy drives demand for raw materials, according to Ivan Glasenberg, the billionaire boss of Glencore. For more than a decade miners have looked to China, ploughing billions of dollars into new projects and deals to feed the country’s seemingly insatiable appetite for commodities.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Factbox: Russian oil flows to Europe drop amid contamination

    Oil at the port of Ust-Luga was also contaminated. At least 5 million tonnes of oil, or about 36.7 million barrels, have been contaminated by organic chloride, a chemical compound used to boost oil extraction by cleaning wells and accelerating the flow of crude. The compound must be removed before oil is sent to customers because it can destroy refining equipment.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    BHP to retain Australian nickel assets amid electric car revolution

    BHP Group, the world’s biggest mining company, is to keep its Australian nickel assets, betting on a brighter future for the business as the electric car revolution takes hold. It boasts three mines, a smelter and a refinery.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    Moody’s upgrades Glencore on ability to weather volatile commodity markets

    Moody’s has upgraded Glencore because of its increased resilience to volatile commodity markets but said the miner’s rating was likely to remain capped because of environmental and corporate governance concerns. Glencore is the world’s biggest producer of seaborne thermal coal, which is burnt in power stations to generate electricity, and operates in some of the world’s most challenging jurisdictions, including the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    FTSE rises slightly thanks to mining stocks

    By Muvija M and Shashwat Awasthi (Reuters) - UK blue-chip stocks rose slightly on Friday, recouping the session's losses as mining stocks gave investors something to cheer about at the end of a largely ...

  • Moody's12 days ago

    Glencore Australia Holdings Pty Limited -- Moody's upgrades Glencore's ratings to Baa1; stable outlook

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today upgraded to Baa1 from Baa2 the long term issuer rating of Glencore plc ("Glencore") and to Baa1 from Baa2 the group's senior unsecured instrument ratings. Glencore's P-2 short term ratings were affirmed. Moody's also upgraded to (P)Baa1 from (P)Baa2 the senior unsecured rating on Glencore's medium-term note (MTN) programme.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    In a sunset industry, economics of Adani's Australian coal mine questioned

    MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A crash in Australian thermal coal prices is raising fresh questions about the viability of a controversial $4 billion (3 billion pounds) coal mine just a week ahead of a national election in which climate change is a key issue. Final approval of the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland, owned by India's Adani Enterprises, should come in "a matter of weeks, not months" following nearly a decade on the drawing board, the company's mining chief executive, Lucas Dow, told Reuters last month. Adani has said it is aiming to start producing 10 million tonnes a year of coal from March 2020, but analysts say the target date is optimistic.

  • Trading houses caught in crossfire of Russian oil contamination
    Reuters16 days ago

    Trading houses caught in crossfire of Russian oil contamination

    By Olga Yagova and Dmitry Zhdannikov MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - Trading houses Vitol, Glencore and Trafigura are caught in the crossfire between Russian oil producers and Western buyers, which have refused ...

  • Big Four miners languish amid demand, ESG, capex concerns
    Reuters16 days ago

    Big Four miners languish amid demand, ESG, capex concerns

    The world's biggest diversified miners have yet to see their share prices reflect their role as providers of the minerals needed for a shift to a low-carbon economy. Mining companies provide minerals such as cobalt used in electric vehicle batteries and copper for increased electrification, and the sector's balance sheets are in rude health. Reminders of the dangers include a disaster in Brazil at a Vale tailings dam in January that killed an estimated 300 people, and a U.S. corruption investigation into Glencore, announced in April.