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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo American Plc LSE:AAL London Ordinary Share GB00B1XZS820 ORD USD0.54945
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -208.50 -6.08% 3,221.00 3,230.00 3,231.00 3,418.00 3,208.50 3,374.50 5,979,161 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 22,602.3 3,996.5 123.6 25.7 43,906

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21/1/2022
14:10
Mining titan's bet on fertiliser jackpot under the North York Moors hits trouble https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/01/21/mining-titans-bet-fertiliser-jackpot-north-york-moors-hits-trouble/
philanderer
20/1/2022
15:54
'Vale Weighs Bid for a Stake in Anglo’s Brazil Iron Mine' (Bloomberg) -- Vale SA, the world’s second-largest iron ore producer, is considering acquiring a stake in Anglo American Plc’s huge Minas-Rio project in Brazil, according to people familiar to the matter. Preliminary talks that started last year so far haven’t advanced enough to be presented to the companies’ boards and may not result in a deal, the people said, asking not to be named because the
philanderer
20/1/2022
13:56
Liberum cuts Anglo American to 'hold' (buy) - price target 3,020 (3,210) pence
philanderer
19/1/2022
14:47
Anglo american moving to all time high!!
foxy22
18/1/2022
14:50
nutter on filter.....unless you have missed off the 4 and that should be £42, which will be way closer
casket1
17/1/2022
18:18
Dream on chum!
eggbaconandbubble
17/1/2022
16:30
I'll be buying these at £2.00 in the coming economic bust in a year's time. Maybe slightly less.
mreasygoing
17/1/2022
15:05
Yeh, think i'd prefer the RBC rating to the Barclays one, who are already 350 off the pace to start with.......
casket1
17/1/2022
10:44
That's more like it ;-)
eggbaconandbubble
17/1/2022
10:31
RBC RAISES ANGLO AMERICAN PRICE TARGET TO 4,000 (3,150) PENCE - 'OUTPERFORM'
philanderer
16/1/2022
16:40
Https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Goldman-Sachs-Calls-10-Year-Commodity-Supercycle.html
the grumpy old men
13/1/2022
12:06
BARCLAYS RAISES ANGLO AMERICAN TARGET TO 3,000 (2,550) PENCE - 'EQUAL WEIGHT'
philanderer
11/1/2022
16:02
Glencore completes buyout of Cerrejon coal mine from Anglo and BHP
waldron
11/1/2022
11:33
DEUTSCHE BANK RAISES ANGLO AMERICAN PRICE TARGET TO 3,500 (3,300) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
07/1/2022
12:22
BERENBERG CUTS ANGLO AMERICAN PRICE TARGET TO 3,300 (3,700) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
29/12/2021
09:03
proactive Oliver Haill 07:16 Wed 29 Dec 2021 Anglo American confirms talks with Vale about developing site adjoining Minas-Rio mine Minas-Rio produced 17,596k metric tonnes of iron ore in the three quarters of 2021 reported to date - Anglo American PLC (LSE:AAL) said it is in talks with Brazilian mining colossus Vale about jointly developing the land next door to its Minas-Rio iron ore operation in the country. The FTSE 100 diversified miner confirmed the preliminary discussions have taken place about “the potential” to develop Vale's Serpentina iron ore resource. “These discussions are preliminary in nature and there can be no certainty that any agreement will be reached or, if any agreement is reached, on the terms or scope of any such agreement,” Anglo said in a statement. Minas-Rio, which has produced 17,596k metric tonnes of iron ore in the three quarters of 2021 reported to date, is one of the largest iron ore mines in the world and has been one of the major growth projects for the company in the past decade. Anglo owns 100% of the mine and 50% of the integrated port facility nearby.
waldron
27/12/2021
23:22
Vale eyes stake in Anglo American’s Brazilian iron ore project 24 Dec 2021 (Last Updated December 24th, 2021 11:19) The acquisition would support Vale’s plan to boost its annual iron ore production capacity to 400 million tonnes. Brazilian miner Vale is reportedly looking to buy a stake in Minas-Rio iron ore project located in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, from Anglo American. Vale is considering acquiring a stake of 30-40% in the iron ore project, which includes open pit mines and a beneficiation plant, reported Bloomberg News citing one of the people knowledge with the matter. The Brazilian miner may even pursue operatorship stake in the project. If materialised, the acquisition is expected to support Vale’s plan of boosting its annual iron ore production capacity to 400 million tonnes and strengthen its position as a top supplier of premium iron ore. Preliminary discussions between the parties started in 2020. However, the talks have not advanced enough to be presented to the firms’ boards. Therefore, a deal is still not certain, according to the sources. Located in the south-eastern region of Brazil, the project also comprises a 529km pipeline, filtering plant and an export terminal at the Atlantic port of Acu in Rio de Janeiro state. The Minas-Rio fully integrated export iron ore project is 100% owned by Anglo American’s subsidiary Iron Ore Brazil. With 26.5 million tonnes a year production capacity, the project was purchased by Anglo American in 2008 from MMX Mineracao e Metalicos SA.
waldron
19/12/2021
13:05
I find the following statement slightly strange: We expect to have completed our design engineering, capital budget and schedule at the end of 2022, with a fully optimised value case that recognises the upside potential we see in Woodsmith, and we will then submit the full project to the Board.' With £700m being invested in this coming year, what design engineering can possibly be left? If the design isn’t right now, how can they be spending so much on the build? It will be much more expensive to make amendments later. Production should be in around 2024, so there can’t be significant amendments to make after next year?
woodyjmw
19/12/2021
05:39
Activist Investor Push To End Coal Mining Is Backfiring By Editorial Dept - Nov 13, 2021, 10:00 AM CST Climate activists and impact investors have seen their plans to end coal mining turn into exactly the opposite The push to end coal mining has made several mines more valuable in the face of robust global coal demand Miners that were planning mine shutdowns have extended the production life of their assets Join Our Community The obvious case for allowing the free market to make decisions in industries like energy is that, when changes are forced instead of adopted naturally (usually via laws or government subsidies), they often work against the interests of efficiency. That's a lesson several companies found out first hand. In fact, Bloomberg writes there is now a "growing unease among climate activists and some investors that the policy many of them championed could lead to more coal being produced for longer". For example, Anglo American Plc, one of the world’s most powerful mining companies, has become "a case study in unintended consequences" after climate activists and investors urged it to stop digging up coal, Bloomberg reported this week. Now, it has transformed mines that were one set for closure into "the engine room for a growth-hungry coal business". Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani had seen Rio Tinto sell off its coal mines and had a plan to shut down its seven South African mines. But the company wasn't taking action fast enough for activists and investors, so Anglo spun off another company called Thungela and tucked its coal operations into the SpinCo. Investors could then "decide for themselves" if they wanted to hold or sell shares of the SpinCo. The SpinCo Chief Executive Officer, July Ndlovu, then announced they were looking to grow their coal production, not shrink it. “I didn’t take up this role to close these mines, to close this business,” Ndlovu said. Its South African mines have the potential to add a decade or more of mining, producing more than 10 million tons of coal per year. BHP Group, a rival company, had trouble selling a colliery earlier this year so it applied to extend mining at the site for another two decades. It was thought of as a way to sweeten a deal to sell the mine, but may wind up turning into BHP simply mining at the site for longer than expected. Investors continue to bring up BHP's exit strategy from the mines as a point of contention. Related: Can U.S Shale Drillers Help Prevent An Energy Crunch? “The big push from investors is around ensuring that any divestment that occurs is to parties that are responsible,” BHP CEO Mike Henry said. Glencore Plc announced earlier this year it would increase its ownership of a large Colombian coal mine after seeking out the opinions of activists, the report says. The company has promised to end its coal operations by 2050, but has also prepared "contingency" plans in the event investors "force it". Nick Stansbury, head of climate solutions at Legal & General Group Plc, told Bloomberg: “Everyone in the industry is starting to be more sophisticated, more nuanced and more careful on the way they think these issues through.” Ashley Hamilton Claxton, the head of responsible investment at Royal London Asset Management, concluded by stating that fossil fuel companies should hold on to their coal assets and manage their decline: “Selling the problem to a third party has unintended consequences. We need to shift the debate in the investment industry about being more sophisticated around these things.” More Top Reads From Oilprice.com:
waldron
13/12/2021
10:29
Anglo American PLC said Monday that it will work with Aurizon Holdings Ltd. to assess the introduction of hydrogen-powered trains for bulk freight in Queensland, Australia. The mining giant and Aurizon, an Australian freight company, have agreed to explore the application of Anglo American's hydrogen fuel cell and battery hybrid power units in heavy-haul rail freight operations, it said. If this study is successful, the collaboration could be extended to develop a haul-locomotive prototype. The project will focus on the Moura and Mount Isa rail corridors in Australia. Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at jaime.llinares@wsj.com; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 13, 2021 04:48 ET (09:48 GMT)
waldron
10/12/2021
17:40
Mining giant Anglo American declares major changes to former Sirius Minerals project in Yorkshire Polyhalite is a mineral that is highly valued for its ability to fertilise crops Anglo American plans to invest c.$700m next year on the Woodsmith project Tom Culley is to become the next CEO of Anglo American's Crop Nutrients arm By Harry Wise For This Is Money Published: 17:10 GMT, 10 December 2021 | Updated: 17:20 GMT, 10 December 2021 Mining giant Anglo American has announced a series of leadership and developmental changes to the former Sirius Minerals project in North East England. The firm said it has nearly completed a review into the Woodsmith polyhalite project, which is being overseen by its Crop Nutrients business and has identified specific measures that are needed to enhance the site's safety and economic value. These include the sinking of two mine shafts, and the development of the underground mining area to make room for expanded production capacity and the use of continuous miner machines. Gigantic project: The Woodsmith Mine has the largest known deposit of polyhalite in the world and could potentially provide £100billion of economic benefit to the UK over a 50-year period It plans to invest around $700million next year on the project, which was formerly run by Sirius Minerals until Anglo American bought the cash-strapped company in a £405million deal in March 2020. The FTSE 100 multinational also revealed today that Tom Culley, the head of its Peruvian division, will oversee the project as he is to replace Chris Fraser as the chief executive of Crop Nutrients from the start of January. Polyhalite is a mineral containing multiple nutrients such as potassium, calcium and sulphate that is not just highly valued for its ability to fertilise crops but for being a naturally-occurring product with a low-carbon footprint. Yorkshire-based Woodsmith has the largest known deposit of polyhalite in the world and could potentially provide £100billion of economic benefit to the UK over a 50-year period. Outgoing Anglo American chief executive Mark Cutifani said: 'This is a very long-life asset, and we are going to take the necessary time to get every aspect of the design right to match our long term vision and value aspirations. 'We have said from the outset that we expect to make improvements and that we will execute certain elements of the construction differently and with a more conservative schedule. 'We expect to have completed our design engineering, capital budget and schedule at the end of 2022, with a fully optimised value case that recognises the upside potential we see in Woodsmith, and we will then submit the full project to the Board.' Alongside the announcement about Woodsmith, Anglo American confirmed its guidance for 2021 following a solid performance by the group. Production is to rise by 7 per cent and unit costs are to increase by 10 per cent this year, while capital expenditure will decline $5.2billion on the back of issues with its supply chain and delays caused by the coronavirus. Next year, meanwhile, it estimates unit costs to grow by 4 per cent and capital spending of between $6.2billion and $6.7billion, partly as a result of spending related to deferrals and the Woodsmith project. Beyond that, the FTSE 100 miner, which is the globe's largest platinum producer and owns the well-known De Beers diamonds company, said it expected to deliver 35 per cent growth over the next decade at margins of 50 per cent. It forecast a stronger performance in 2022, while planning to harness early copper production from Quellaveco, a $5billion project in one of the world's largest untapped copper resources. The project in world's second copper producer is due to start up amid change in Peru, where a new leftist administration led by President Pedro Castillo has pledged to overhaul the mining industry and redistribute mineral wealth. Shares in Anglo American closed trading 1.9 per cent lower at £29.16 on Friday, but their value is still up by about 14 per cent since the beginning of the year.
waldron
10/12/2021
17:34
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