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Anglo American Plc

118.50 (5.15%)
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  118.50 5.15% 2,418.00 4,798,455 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,420.50 2,421.50 2,457.50 2,342.00 2,348.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Finance Services 35,859.00 4,514.00 337.50 6.18 29,329.37
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:07 O 8,702 2,414.63 GBX

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Posted at 24/5/2023 10:31 by fuji99
US debt ceiling may be the main cause for all markets to drop:
AAL is a class stock to own in any portfolio.

Posted at 24/5/2023 09:38 by tuftymatt
I know what you mean VAS!!

To be honest I think today is all about UK inflation dropping but not by as much as expected. Added with the US debt ceiling / China soft growth it equals down for here and most of UK listed companies.

For me companies like AAL are long term holds that pay a divi higher than you can get in cash. I never buy big to start with and drip feed in / average down when required to do so in order not to find myself in a massive hole. That said this is almost 20% off my average right now but I will add further once the US debt ceiling has some sort of clarity.

Hang in there as the world still needs what the likes of ALL pull from the ground and over 3000 will be seen again one day 👍🏻

Posted at 25/4/2023 10:24 by 1knocker
Topped up with a few at 25.75. A limit order I placed a couple of months ago, when it was well below the share price Perhaps should have pulled it and waited for the down trend to reverse.Time will tell. It seems a hell of a long time ago that £35 seemed like a decent entry price!

One just has to be patient with miners. I comfort myself that when I bought RIO at 22 years ago there was hardly a commentator who seemed to think they were worth buying at almost any price - certainly not at £22. It was soooo tempting to take some profits wen they rose into the 30s. Hanging on to them has certainly paid off.

The metals mix here looks good to me, especially for anyone (like me) heavy in oil and gas. If the green revolution does happen, and sufficiently dramatically to hurt O&G, the electrical metals here should do well. I also like the coal in the mix. More coal was mined and burned (8bn tons) last year than any year in history. I don't believe coal is going away any time soon. For me, the most encouraging part in the results was that costs seem to be under control.

Posted at 21/4/2023 08:28 by tuftymatt
A mixture of things really VAS.

Some production issues, outlook for the US too I think doesn't help and the general ups and downs in terms of prices too.

China figures this week were on the right side of ok and should improve so I remain positive long term for the likes of AAL, RIO AND GLEN.

Good luck all 👍🏻

Posted at 17/4/2023 14:03 by grupo guitarlumber

Teck attracts bids from Vale, Anglo American and Freeport

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 17, 2023 | 4:49 am

Teck Resources (TSX: TECK.A, TECK.B)(NYSE: TECK) is said to have been approached by Vale (NYSE: VALE), Anglo American (LON: AAL) and Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE: FCX) on potential deals for the Canadian miner’s base metals business if shareholder approve a planned split.

The three global miners are among at least six companies that have expressed interests in transactions with Teck post-split, local paper The Globe and Mail reported on Sunday, citing sources close to the matter.

The Vancouver-based company, which is Canada’s largest diversified miner, proposed in February spinning off its steelmaking coal business to focus on base metals, particularly copper and zinc.

Swiss commodity trader and mining company Glencore Plc (LON: GLEN) launched a hostile $23.1 billion takeover of Teck, which has been sweetened since then to entice Teck’s shareholders initially opposed to the idea of being exposed to a larger coal portfolio.

The revised proposal gives Teck’s shareholders who do not want to own shares in the combined coal operation the option to receive cash plus 24% of the combined metals-focused business.

On Sunday, former chairman Norman Keevil, whose family controls Teck through its ownership of the majority of the company’s ‘A’ class of shares, reiterated his arguments against the takeover.

“As there has been much media commentary regarding my views on the future of Teck, I would like to provide a clear statement of my perspective,” he said.

“My colleagues and I are proud of what we achieved through 30 years of building Teck, growing the company 500-fold from a $25 million market cap to $12.6 billion, with double-digit compounded growth in shareholder value, and continuing growth in recent years to $25 billion today,” he added.

Keevil clarify he would support a transaction — be an operating partnership, merger, acquisition, or sale – with the “right partner”, on the “right terms” for Teck Metals after separation.

Teck’s chairman emeritus added that Glencore’s proposal was “the wrong one, as well as at the wrong time” and the split should go ahead.

With just over a week left on the clock for Teck’s shareholders to vote on the split, Glencore is trying its best to persuade the Canadian miner’s shareholders. Last week, chief executive Gary Nagle landed in Toronto to personally explain his company’s vision and intentions.

By Friday evening, two influential shareholder advisory firms had recommended against Teck’s strategy, while its largest investor, China Investment Corp., said it favoured Glencore’s proposal.

The shiny orange metal

Experts had anticipated that the company’s decision to split the business in two would make Teck Metals a takeover target. The company owns four copper mines in South America and Canada, which produced 270,000 tonnes combined last year.

Teck also expects to double copper output after the second phase of its Quebrada Blanca (QB) project in Chile ramps up to full capacity by the end of 2023.

Glencore believes that operating Quebrada Blanca jointly with the nearby Collahuasi mine, in which the Swiss multinational holds a 44% stake, would add at least a $1 billion of value to its coffers.

The idea, Glencore has explained, is that QB and Collahuasi share infrastructure rather than creating a single operation. The latter would require approval from Anglo American (LON: AAL), which has 44% of Collahuasi and Sumitomo, which holds a 30% indirect interest in the Chilean copper mine.

Top miners, in turn, are hungry for copper assets as demand for the metal accelerates and a global shortfall looms. BHP, Rio Tinto and Glencore itself have disclosed that they are actively looking to grow their copper exposure.

Posted at 06/4/2023 16:29 by pander45
The share price is sick. The dividend decimated. There's clearly an issue isn't there? Did you do your research prior to dividend slashing? Obviously not, you held.
Posted at 06/4/2023 15:53 by turvart
AAL have got so much growth in their/our portfolio, just been watching the Woodsmith project video, really impressive fertilizer mine in Yorkshire coming online in a few years, mark my words this share price in a few years will be well over double now.
Posted at 03/4/2023 15:37 by turvart
These current share price prices IMO won’t be around for long because Quellaveco Peru copper mine operation is really ramping up production to 300,000 tonnes per annum by summer this year that should push AAL copper production to over 800,000 tonnes a year from approximately 660,000 tonnes in 2022 ( including 100,000 tonnes from start of production from Quellaveco)
Posted at 09/3/2023 10:49 by tuftymatt
Oh ok, current reading looks to be around 32 👍🏻

Shame the share price isn't!!

Posted at 06/3/2023 12:24 by tuftymatt
No problem VAS and hang in there is my advice. Miners will come good share price wise from these levels but in the mean time you can pick up a nice divi 👍🏻
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