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|Hope not, bought back in earlier, up £62 with fees up £120 but who knows, could tank ,have a tight stoploss though. Nice dividend to come|
|Someone tell me that the next stop is not £32.00?|
|phew back to normal 1p|
|wow - 11p spread right now|
|reading some chart data it appears that 32.85 is key|
|Lets bet christh post an old article to stop this slide .lol|
|Likewise, I offloaded XD at3473, didn't like the above report from Babywolf so chickened out but they are looking attractive again.|
|Looks like ppl took the divi and left at once .nearly down 10% from the high.|
|but copper price fell heavily today !|
|Holding up ok today|
|But there is a shortage of copper this year|
|Christh ,I think posted this one b4.|
|Gone ex div hence the big drop today|
|Glencore posted 18% profits.
All above factors should affect RIO's opening price
Not long to wait...|
|A great buying opportunity now.
Get £1.056 dividend.
You will not get the same return from your bank account!|
|...and many will buy.
Commodities are trending upwards and lately as you many have noticed
iron ore has been in great demand in China.
Off course Rio is selling good quality iron ore and that's what China is buying.
The current price of $92 per metric tonne will break through the $100 and
along hopefully with copper and aluminium rises, will move the shareprice to £40-£44.
We will see in a few months the commodities but also the $ movement.|
|It will be interesting to see where the price will be in a few days... I think loads will dump|
|Thanks yo yo If this goes ex divi tomorrow. Wonder why it is tanking today ??|
|Dividend price: 125.00 ¢
Dividend- Ex-date: 23-Feb-17|
|Has rio gone ex div yet ??|
|Idioterna - you need to replace hxxps with https in the web address - shame to see BLT didn't manage to hang on to those gains this morning
arja - sorry to go off topic Rio wise, but I am have to say I have never come across another UK based ( not sure if you are a Brit or not) financial follower who thought we should have joined the Euro = I was trading the component currencies before it was launched and so did a lot of work on how it would work ( or not , as now seen)
if Gordon had allowed it , we would have gone through the boom days of 2001-8 with interest rate half of what we had, a weaker currency in world terms, and the economy would have exploded - think Ireland/Iceland on steroids. come the crash , there would have been a lot further to fall , and we couldn't have devalued our currency in the way that say Iceland did ( or in effect we did) , we'd probably be coming out of it by now, but the first 5 years would have been grim as hell.
on the flip side, in that case we wouldn't have been the job creating power-house of Europe ( I recall a story , "more jobs created in Yorkshire than the rest of the EU" a while back) so we wouldn't have so much immigration , UKIP would never have risen, we would never have had a referendum , and going forward would be happily in the single market , rolling along with the rest of Europe growth wise, maybe like Spean is|
|..couldn't open the post Ian. I've been a BLT buff for a while but the move towards oil production and continued focus on coal worried me. Once they cut the dividend I got out. It's been RIO ever since. Steering clear of oil and coal was an excellent move (with hindsight), but maintaining the dividend made the move all the better. I'm targeting $90 before the top of this cycle (2020) and the dividend will sustain me until then.|
|the UK would have been better off adopting the euro and the chart shows that clearly . As Carson would have saod " not a lot of people know that " !|
|An Australians views-
Clearly Germany has been the huge winner from the Eurozone in terms of trade. France, despite having a similar population, trails far behind while Italy is the biggest loser. With Italy and Spain bearing the brunt of the recession (with 20% unemployment) it is hard to see how a political backlash against the European Government is going to be avoided. I believe that the euro will itself show signs of unravelling by the end of the year, although nations such as Germany can be expected to fight hard to maintain the status quo|