Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glencore LSE:GLEN London Ordinary Share JE00B4T3BW64 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.30p +0.79% 294.80p 294.80p 294.85p 295.40p 290.35p 290.90p 10,576,468 11:59:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 123,859.6 -444.6 8.1 37.8 42,435.70

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28/5/2017
17:08
http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/05/28/could-glencore-plcs-bunge-jump-send-the-shares-back-to-500p/
blueball
28/5/2017
14:16
Nice article for glen in telegraph show pump them
a2584728
28/5/2017
13:10
Regarding the Bunge approach, I used to work for Bunge, London HQ in the 1980's, and from my inside observations of the house, the Board of Directors had the highest respect and even admiration for the skilful, bold, and insightful trading of Marc Rich and Co, AG, as the various global trading conglomerates competed for FOB/CFI Wheat and Barley contracts that crossed the world, and fed the worlds population. They are shrewd traders, the Bunge house had a almost family office feel to it, and I believe that there is no way they would accept a low ball, opportunist bid from a historical rival that is now called Glencore. Low wheat/barley prices will not last forever, the private nature of Bunge even though it is a public company, they value independence too much, and the reluctance of smart Glencore CEO Ivan Glasenberg to over pay, suggests to me that this approach will eventually lapse.
utsushi
25/5/2017
07:28
with dow futurse now just above21100 and up 100 since physical close, a good omen for stocks today and maybe GLEN's short term downtrend will be reversed !
arja
24/5/2017
16:13
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/05/24/bunge-gives-cool-response-glencore-approach/
zho
24/5/2017
16:13
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/05/24/bunge-gives-cool-response-glencore-approach/
zho
24/5/2017
13:08
Thanks Keifer
action
24/5/2017
08:12
some more information http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/05/23/glencore-makes-takeover-approach-grain-trader-bunge/ there is no mention of money as it's preliminary chat to see if they have anything in common...
keifer derrin
24/5/2017
08:10
Ay30 for how much?
action
23/5/2017
23:18
Glen makes takeover approach for Bunge
ayl30
23/5/2017
21:06
also no SD with spreadbets and CFDs Action on any stock.
arja
23/5/2017
15:15
Many thanks Arja.I deal with broker as no stamp duty .
action
23/5/2017
08:42
looking closely at chart, I would say that about 284 level is a level at which a short term bullish trade might be on but DYOR of course .
arja
23/5/2017
08:33
But I am just a trader Action and rarely hold beyond end of day . Uk market and all markets usually follow big brother ( USA ) which is why holding overnight can sometimes be dangerous . Regarding GLEN, chart suggests it is still in that short term downtrend but maybe waiting to break out of that downtrend pattern - need to wait for confirmation . But as I said it can still be traded if overbought or oversold in a day . I use spreadbets or a CFD to do this .
arja
22/5/2017
08:02
Thanks Any entry and exit point on both pls Arja
action
22/5/2017
04:47
Saudi Arabia's $20 billion wager with Blackstone is record-sized bet on U.S. infrastructureMay 21, 2017 at 8:28 p.m. ETBy Ryan DezemberTrump's infrastructure push is cited by Saudis as they make huge commitment toward Blackstone's $40 billion goal
losses
20/5/2017
19:48
Action- I forget what I said . Certainly the dow had a nice bounce on friday and whether one is bearish or bullish there are always trading opportunities when it gets oversold or overbought I guess . I should trade but happy to take trading profits on S32 most days and occasionally on GLEN.
arja
20/5/2017
10:39
The electric car revolution has market participants focused on lithium, cobalt and graphite, all of which are key components of lithium-ion batteries. But how much will increasing demand for electric vehicles (EVs) impact copper prices?According to Ivan Glasenberg, CEO of Glencore (LSE:GLEN), the world's third-largest producer of copper, the rise of EVs will significantly boost demand for lithium, as well as other metals like copper, in the coming decades.Why? EVs require more copper wiring than standard internal combustion engines. In fact, while conventional cars typically contain about 20 kilograms of copper, for EVs the copper load is about three to four times that amount.And according to Glasenberg, copper demand from the EV sector could increase soon. He told investors at an industry conference in Barcelona on Tuesday (May 15) that "the electric vehicle revolution is happening and its impact is likely to be felt faster than expected."Is the "looming copper supply crunch" fact or fiction? It's time to debunk a few industry myths.Glasenberg is not the only one who is optimistic about the impact of EVs on future copper demand. Last year, Jean-Sebastien Jacques, CEO of global mining group Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO,LSE:RIO,NYSE:RIO), another major copper producer, said he expects demand for copper to rise as EVs take a growing share of the market."With 90 or more kilos of copper used in a full electric vehicle - three to four times more copper than used in a gas-powered car - it is clear to see the positive impact the use of electric vehicles could have on copper demand," he said.Similarly, BHP's (ASX:BHP,LSE:BLT,NYSE:BHP) Huw McKay, vice president of market analysis and economics, has called for a big boost in copper demand from the EV sector."Building the EV fleet will use about 11 million tonnes of copper. Subtract the amount that would have been used in the conventional vehicles 'displaced' by EVs, and that figure comes down to about 8.5 million tonnes of genuine new demand - equivalent to more than a third of total global copper demand today," he commented recently.Electric cars currently make up about 1 percent of new global vehicle sales, but should account for over 35 percent of sales by 2040, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.electric car copper demandChart via Bloomberg.In Europe, sales of alternative-fuel models, such as fully electric cars and hybrid vehicles, jumped 36 percent in the first quarter of 2017, to 235,438 vehicles, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association.While that's impressive, the biggest increase in EV demand will come from China, says a report from Germany's University of Duisberg-Essen's Center for Automotive Research."As early as 2020, we expect annual sales of 4 million of new electric cars in China. The state-planned electric car quotas will give important impetus. However market share will accelerate from 2020 and as a result, we predict a 30 percent market share of new electric vehicles in China by 2025," the report states.There's no doubt that the EV boom is already on its way, and together with metals such as lithium, cobalt and graphite, copper seems to have a bright future ahead.
losses
19/5/2017
13:20
ArjaAny change in your chart reasons yetThanks
action
18/5/2017
15:31
Yep you called it arja with your blithering repetitive post about the Dow
raffles the gentleman thug
18/5/2017
14:38
So it's 2.6p divi on 31 May then
losses
18/5/2017
14:37
Glencore Inks Joint Venture Deal With Mexico's G500
losses
18/5/2017
10:38
That's you calling the intra day bottom again - I'm buying
raffles the gentleman thug
18/5/2017
10:35
dow futures falling and stopping a recovery here ! might get support in 20400 area hopefully .
arja
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