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
  167.50 5.36% 3,293.00 4,088,564 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,296.50 3,297.00 3,310.00 3,197.50 3,230.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 22,602.32 3,996.47 123.61 27.1 44,887
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:09:10 O 167 3,250.503 GBX

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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 3,125.50p.
Anglo American Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,732.50p and a 12 week average price of 2,677p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,508.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,755.20p.
There are currently 1,363,118,080 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,567,804 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo American Plc is £44,887,478,374.40.
waldron: Shares in Anglo American PLC rose Thursday morning after it reported a significantly higher profit for the first half of the year, and said it will return $4.1 billion to shareholders via dividends and share buybacks. The FTSE 100 mining company made a net profit of $5.19 billion for the six months to June, up from $471 million a year earlier when the Covid-19 pandemic caused a decrease in production. Underlying earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization jumped to $12.14 billion from $3.35 billion, reflecting significantly higher commodity prices. The metric came well above the market consensus of $10.88 billion--taken from Vuma and based on 12 analysts' estimates. "The first six months of 2021 have seen strong demand and prices for many of our products as economies begin to recoup lost ground, spurred by stimulus measures across the major economies," Chief Executive Mark Cutifani said. Stronger commodity prices contributed $7.9 billion to the total $8.8 billion underlying Ebitda increase, the company said. Anglo American said it would pay an interim dividend of $1.71 a share and make $2.0 billion of additional returns, including $1.0 billion via a special dividend and $1.0 billion via share buybacks. The buyback program will start immediately and end no later than Feb. 14, 2022. The special dividend is equivalent to $0.80 a share. "We entered this period of strong demand and prices for many of our products with a strong balance sheet and we are therefore in a position to deliver both the investment in our sequence of margin-enhancing growth projects and also return excess cash to our shareholders," Mr. Cutifani said. Shares at 0710 GMT were up 4.4% at 3,263 pence. Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires July 29, 2021 03:33 ET (07:33 GMT)
waldron: Turvart 27 Jul '21 - 07:04 - 5130 of 5131 0 0 0 Https:// 2021 Interim Results We are presenting our 2021 Interim results today at 11:00 (CAT). All the relevant documents can be viewed further down on this page. These includes the Interim booklet, press release and other relevant documentation. Key features CONTINUING TO DELIVER SHAREHOLDER VALUE Attributable free cash flow of R31.5 billion ROCE of 225% Interim cash dividend of R72.70 per share SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY IS INTEGRAL TO OUR BUSINESS Over 5 years of fatal-free production R51 billion of shared value created in H1 2021 R12 million in additional WeCare Covid-19 community support Zero occupational diseases Over six years without any level 3-5 environmental incidents MAXIMISING RETURNS AND POSITIONING FOR THE FUTURE Average realised FOB export price of US$216/wmt, 32% above benchmark Robust EBITDA margin of 70% Closing net cash of R40.7 billion Cost savings of R370 million
the grumpy old men: sundial1 24 Jul '21 - 17:23 - 5105 of 5105 0 0 0 it will be good for share price next week. normally price drops end of the month. quick one Turvart ,you said Rio best out of the three on par.Https://
la forge: Anglo American PLC on Tuesday reported production increases for the second quarter of 2021, as restrictions eased relative to the same period of 2020. Here's what the London-listed mining company had to say: On platinum group metals: "Platinum group metals production increased by 59%, with Mogalakwena production increasing by 11%, reflecting the relatively lower impact of Covid-19 lockdowns compared to 2Q 2020." "The 1H 2021 average realized basket price of $2,884/PGM ounce reflects strong prices, particularly for rhodium and the minor metals, partly offset by higher than normal sales volumes of lower priced ruthenium." On iron ore: "Iron ore production increased by 6%, driven primarily by Kumba, reflecting the lower impact of Covid-19 lockdowns compared to 2Q 2020." "The 1H 2021 average realized price of $200 [a metric] ton (FOB Brazil, wet basis) was higher than the Metal Bulletin 66 price of $165/ton (FOB Brazil, adjusted for freight and moisture), reflecting the premium quality of the product, including higher (67%) Fe content, and timing on provisionally priced volumes." On copper: "Copper production increased by 2% to 169,700 tons, driven by strong performance at Los Bronces, partly offset by lower grade at Collahuasi." "Including the impact of Grosvenor and Cerrejon, copper equivalent production increased by 20% compared to 2Q 2020." On diamonds: "Rough diamond production increased by 134% to 8.2 million carats, reflecting planned higher production to meet stronger demand for rough diamonds, as well as the impact of Covid-19 lockdowns across southern Africa in 2Q 2020." "Consumer demand for polished diamonds continued to recover, leading to strong demand for rough diamonds from midstream cutting and polishing centers, despite the impact on capacity from the severe Covid-19 wave in India during April and May." On coal: "The 1H 2021 average realized price for hard coking coal was $117/ton, lower than the benchmark price of $132/ton as sales consisted of a lower proportion of premium quality hard coking coal from Moranbah and Grosvenor." Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires July 20, 2021 02:57 ET (06:57 GMT)
ariane: Proactive 10:15 Tue 15 Jun 2021 Anglo American shareholders should to take profits amid rising near-term risks, says RBC Capital Markets Anglo has consistently outperformed its peer group each year since 2017, says RBC Investors in Anglo American PLC (LON:AAL) have been advised to take profits, following the mining giant’s recent outperformance, as near-term risks are rising, said analysts at RBC Capital Markets. RBC said it continues to see long-term value in the shares, but noted the increased risk perceptions around Peru and Chile, a possible reversal of the price momentum in platinum group metals and a potential 3rd COVID-19 wave in South Africa as some of the near-term risks. Anglo American shares have gained 28% this year and outperformed the sector by 14% during this time. “For the first time in a while we see growing headwinds that could see shares consolidate. Still a favoured long-term exposure, with arguably the best set-up for the next 10 years, but we would look to take some profit for now,” said RBC. It reduced its target price to 3,400p, from 4,100p, and downgraded its recommendation to ‘Sector Perform’ from ‘Outperform217;. The shares were down 2.6% at priced at 3,033p in mid-morning trading.
waldron: Thungela Resources Shares Fall on Market Debut Following Research Group's Allegations 07/06/2021 1:18pm Dow Jones News Anglo American (LSE:AAL) Intraday Stock Chart Monday 7 June 2021 Click Here for more Anglo American Charts. --Shares in Thungela Resources fell on its stock market debut after a research group alleged the company's coal mines have no value --A report by Boatman Capital said the Anglo American spinoff's environmental liabilities could be three times higher than previously estimated --A spokesman for Anglo American said that Thungela's environmental provision is the industry norm and that the sums alleged by the report are artificially inflated By Joe Hoppe Thungela Resources Ltd. shares fell on their first day of trading Monday after researcher Boatman Capital claimed that the Anglo American PLC spinoff is underreporting its environmental liabilities and called the company's coal mines worthless. Shares in Thungela in London at 1149 GMT were down 32.0 pence, or 21%, at 118.0 pence, having fallen as much as 27% earlier in the session. Shares in Anglo American in London were down 60.5 pence, or 1.9% at 3,194.0 pence. Shares in the South African coal business, which listed in London and Johannesburg on Monday, slumped after short seller Boatman Capital published a report alleging that the company's environmental liabilities may be three times greater than previously reported, which would make them higher than the company's listed value of 3.4 billion rand ($253.3 million) upon its initial public offering. Boatman Capital also said that Thungela's financial model attributes zero value to the company. The short seller said it believes that Thungela has massively underestimated the clean-up liabilities associated with closing its mines, which have five to 11 years of expected life remaining. It also said that new regulations, which will impose tougher standards on the mining industry, will substantially increase environmental provisioning. "We anticipate that the company may be able to pay some dividends initially thanks to Anglo's price support and dowry, but we believe beyond that point the dividends will be unsustainable and the true value of the company will become obvious," Boatman said. A spokesman for Anglo American said that Thungela's provision of ZAR6.45 billion earmarked for clean-up is above and beyond regulatory guidance for miners in South Africa and is consistent with industry norms, and that the draft sums provided by Boatman were arbitrary. "The basis for provisioning under South Africa's draft NEMA regulations simply does not accurately reflect the actual or likely sums needed to discharge such liabilities. It is precisely because these sums are considered to be artificial, and arbitrarily inflated, that the draft has remained under review since 2015," the Anglo American spokesman said. The new NEMA rules were due to come into force on June 19, but the date was pushed back to June 2022 by the South African government after miners raised objections. Boatman estimated that Thungela's total end-of-life environmental costs could reach ZAR18.8 billion. "This is an industry-wide matter in South Africa, so the regulations on which the Boatman report apparently draws its conclusion are far from being finalized," the spokesman added. Write to Joe Hoppe at (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 07, 2021 08:08 ET (12:08 GMT)
betman: AAL seems to have been hit disproportionately compared to RIO, BHP and GLEN today. This is despite floating off Thungela which should improve their ESG credentials ?? Not sure what NAV has been transferred out of AAL into TGA
philanderer: Anglo American is undervalued, says Jefferies After a meeting with Anglo American (AAL) chief executive Mark Cutifani, Jefferies believes the miner is strongly positioned for a decarbonising world. Analyst Christopher LaFemina reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £36.00 on the stock, which closed down 0.8%, or 24p, at £27.81 on Monday. ‘The company is uniquely positioned to benefit from the global push for decarbonisation and has high quality growth optionality in key commodities, including copper and platinum group metals, that is not fully reflected in its current share price,’ he said. LaFemina added that Anglo American is ‘one of our top picks globally in the sector’. HTTPS://
philanderer: sarkasm, thanks for that, here's the note.. Jefferies predicts Anglo American price ramp up Jefferies is predicting a ‘meaningfully’ higher share price for Anglo American (AAL) over the next six months as the mining company ramps up production. Analyst Christopher LaFemina reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £30 on the shares, which were trading at £25.39 yesterday at the time of writing. He said repairs at one of the miner’s plants were now complete and ‘the production ramp-up is underway’. ‘Recommissioning the plant is a positive as operational issues from the first half of 2020 have been an overhang on Anglo’s shares,’ he said. ‘Anglo’s other segments are also regaining momentum, and a sustained improvement in operational performance should ultimately lead to a re-rating and meaningfully higher share price over the next six months.’ HTTPS://
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