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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -82.00 -2.86% 2,788.00 904,070 15:01:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,785.50 2,786.50 2,880.00 2,752.00 2,848.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 30,728.05 1,303.62 512.45 4.6 38,004
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:01:42 AT 4 2,788.00 GBX

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Posted at 06/10/2022 09:20 by Anglo American Daily Update
Anglo American Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAL. The last closing price for Anglo American was 2,870p.
Anglo American Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,545.50p and a 12 week average price of 2,487.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,292.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,487.50p.
There are currently 1,363,118,080 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,209,517 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo American Plc is £38,003,732,070.40.
Posted at 27/7/2022 08:53 by drmacf
I doubt if AAL will pay a significant dividend. All this 'news' r bad news is just a build-up to that. Since that new chap Duncan Wanblad has taken over, it's just been bad news. Not sure if this is real or manipulated Till Duncan checks out, AAL will be a pain for investors
Posted at 26/7/2022 20:00 by turvart
That divvy is not paid out by AAL, Anglo platinum pay it to AAL that have a different amount of shares to AAL along with other companies AAL own like Kumba iron ore that pay the divvy to AAL, AAL then distribute the divvy accordingly I'm expecting about 80 - 100p Divvy including special tomo.
Posted at 12/7/2022 12:32 by pcok
As a long suffering Sirius shareholder I wonder if anyone can update me on progress at the WoodSmith mine just outside Whitby. I have been looking to take a stake in the AAL journey as I see the opportunities presented by polyhalite as a substantial addition to the AAL resource bank.
Posted at 11/7/2022 09:41 by casket1
The share price or your I.Q. ?
Posted at 27/6/2022 08:38 by turvart
AAL looking good, great to watch the share price exploding up today, that RSI 14 got a hell of a lot of catching up to do!!
Posted at 22/6/2022 09:53 by thaiger
With such good news why share price down nearly 4%?
Posted at 07/6/2022 16:47 by ariane
Jefferies gives bullish forecast for mining but warns the sector is not without risks The broker says "buy the miners to ride out the storm" and maximise leverage from a recovery Anglo American PLC - Jefferies gives bullish forecast for mining but warns the sector is not without risks The mining sector is “undervalued” and “poised to outperform” as China recovers from its recent state of lockdown, broker Jefferies said in an analyst note today. The investment bank has raised price forecasts for iron ore and coal and upgraded a swathe of mining companies from Hold to Buy. Anglo American PLC (LSE:AAL), Rio Tinto PLC (LSE:RIO), BHP Group Limited (LSE:BHP) all got a bump-up. Jefferies raised the target price on Anglo American to 4,500p, up from 3,850p. BHP Group’s target price was also increased to 3,100p, up from 2,500p. The price target for Glencore PLC (LSE:GLEN), which remains a Buy, was also raised, as was Rio Tinto. Although recent demand from China has been weak due to the impact of its latest Covid-19 outbreak, the country is now relaxing lockdowns and rolling out monetary stimulus. Jefferies anticipates that “mining shares will likely be volatile” as China comes out of hibernation, but that the environment should shift to a place of synchronised “recovery in global demand”. While iron ore shipments fell in the first quarter of 2022, with little organic growth, an uptick in Chinese demand could lead to a further lift in prices, Jefferies said. Copper mining production also dropped in the first quarter and total volumes are expected to be low for the rest of the year. Its coal price forecast is based on a "lack of supply growth" as many companies are winding down coal activities. Commodity prices, it expects, will be “rising to new highs”, although the pace of recovery could take a decade to be realised. Jefferies said that supply constraints continue to hamper the mining industry and that capital expenditure in the industry has been at recessionary levels for the past six years. However, the broker said it expects mining to “outperform as the US and Euro economies slow” amid high inflation and rising interest rates. “Macro risks are still clearly elevated as an economic hurricane could be coming, but we would buy the miners to ride out the storm and maximize leverage to the subsequent recovery,” Jefferies said in the note.
Posted at 27/4/2022 07:58 by waldron
EMEA Morning Briefing: Latest U.S. Selloff to Drag on Europe 27/04/2022 5:34am Dow Jones News Wednesday 27 April 2022 MARKET WRAPS Watch For: EU New Commercial Vehicle Registrations; Germany GfK Survey; France Consumer Confidence Survey; Italy Foreign Trade non-EU; UK CBI Distributive Trades Survey; updates from Clariant, Schneider Electric, TechnipFMC, Credit Suisse, Naturgy Energy, Iberdrola, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Puma, Atos, Air Liquide, Cellnex Telecom, MFE-MediaForEurope, Tod's, Generali, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Worldline, Ipsen, Aeroports de Paris, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, DWS Group, KUKA, Red Electrica, Aena, SME, Cellnex Telecom, Swiss Re, X5 Retail, GlaxoSmithKline, Yandex, Telia, SEB, Assa Abloy, Finnair, STMicroelectronics, Aveva, Lloyds Banking, Fresnillo, Renishaw, WPP, London Stock Exchange, Currys, Persimmon, British American Tobacco, NatWest, Pershing Square, EN+ Group Opening Call: Heavy losses on Wall Street will likely drag on European shares early Wednesday. In Asia, most major benchmarks were in the red; the dollar and oil extended their gains; while bond yields and gold lost ground. Equities: European shares face a negative start Wednesday, although losses are unlikely to mirror Wall Street's sharp retreat. On Tuesday, the Dow lost 800 points, while Nasdaq booked its lowest close since 2020 as investors sifted through a raft of company results and awaited more tech earnings reports that came after the closing bell. Shares of Microsoft rose more than 4% in after-hours trading after it announced first-quarter earnings and revenue above analysts' expectations. Alphabet reported slower sales growth in the first quarter, sending its shares down more than 4% after the close. Read: Alphabet Earnings Show Slowing Sales Growth on Digital-Ad Tumult Read: Microsoft Beats on Earnings after Raising Prices for Office; Stock Jumps "Investors are not necessarily secure" in the strength of the market, with "fragility" on display since the beginning of the year, said Aoifinn Devitt, chief investment officer at Moneta. "There is this fear of slowing growth." Stocks to Watch: Rio Tinto faces earnings risks from lower iron-ore prices, said Barclays, downgrading the miner to underweight. Rio has the most exposure to iron-ore prices of all the miners Barclays covers and while lower ore prices may be expected by consensus, historically Rio's share price has fallen 93% of the time when ore prices drop more than 5% month-on-month, Barclays said. Anglo American's stock dropped 24% in three days after its first-quarter warning and Barclays said it sees scope for something similar to happen with Rio in the coming months, based on potentially lower ore shipments guidance and possible rises in unit costs.
Posted at 22/4/2022 12:19 by eggbaconandbubble
The divi is so well covered that there is little chance of that being reduced. Ergo a great share to buy now for income and that in turn will put a bottom to the share price which I think will be somewhat higher than the current one! AAL may even increase divi to bolster the share price Wishful thinking? Maybe!
Posted at 25/3/2022 07:26 by waldron
Anglo American PLC Sale of remaining shareholding in Thungela 25/03/2022 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMAAL RNS Number : 0336G Anglo American PLC 25 March 2022 25 March 2022 Anglo American completes sale of remaining shareholding in Thungela Resources Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") announces the sale of the group's remaining 8.0% shareholding in Thungela Resources Limited ("Thungela") through an accelerated book build placing to a number of major financial institutions, realising gross proceeds of R1,672 million (approximately US$115 million). The Thungela shares were placed at a price of R154 per share, representing a 12% discount to the closing share price on 24 March 2022 and a 4% discount to the closing share price on 23 March 2022. At the time of the demerger of Thungela to Anglo American's shareholders, which completed in June 2021, Anglo American stated its intention to dispose of its remaining interest in Thungela over time and in a responsible manner, subject to market conditions and not within the first six months following the demerger. Following the end of that six month period in December 2021 and the end of Thungela's closed period following the announcement of its 2021 results on 22 March 2022, Anglo American launched and completed the sale of its remaining shares and no longer holds any shares in Thungela.
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