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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glencore Plc 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
  7.70 3.46% 230.50 231.00 231.10 232.55 221.80 222.80 44,229,265 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 162,201.0 -669.6 -2.3 - 30,713

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03/12/2020
14:03
Glencore PLC said Thursday that it has extended its partnership with China's GEM Co. for the supply of cobalt hydroxide by another five years. The FTSE 100 Anglo-Swiss miner said the two companies have formally embedded responsible sourcing and sustainability into the partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, Glencore will provide around 150,000 metric tons of cobalt contained in hydroxide to GEM between 2020 and 2029. Glencore shares at 1310 GMT were up 5.05 pence, or 2.3%, at 227.85 pence. Write to Matteo Castia at matteo.castia@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 03, 2020 08:33 ET (13:33 GMT)
sarkasm
01/12/2020
15:57
Glencore closes acquisition of Ørsted’s LNG Glencore has completed its purchase of Ørsted’s LNG business, just under a year after announcing the deal. by Ed Reed 01/12/2020, 3:05 pm . the Energy Voice daily newsletter Ørsted has completed the sale of its LNG business to Glencore, paying the trader to take regas rights at Gate off its hands Glencore has completed its purchase of Ørsted’s LNG business, just under a year after announcing the deal. The trader’s oil division now holds the LNG assets. These include the right to 3 billion cubic metres per year of LNG regasification capacity at the Gate terminal, in Rottderdam, until 2031. There are also five LNG purchase agreements. Ørsted’s LNG business makes a loss and the company said it expected this to continue for the next few years. As a result, Ørsted paid Glencore to take the LNG business. The company reported no earnings from its LNG assets and a loss of 266 million krone ($42.8mn) for the first three quarters of 2019. Ørsted had expected to close the sale in summer 2020. The Danish company opted to pivot from hydrocarbons in 2017 and embrace renewable energy. Glencore Oil’s head Alex Sanna welcomed the closing of the sale. “We are increasingly focusing on the LNG business as a key part of our Oil division strategy and the Ørsted transaction represents an important milestone in that journey. “We see good opportunities in the market place and we are excited to continue to grow our LNG marketing portfolio.” Glencore has a major position in the coal industry. While it has said that this will continue to have a role in the world’s future energy mix, it expects Asia to drive this demand. In Europe and North America, coal demand is declining, threatened by LNG in some cases.
adrian j boris
01/12/2020
10:06
I have not been a Day Trader more's the pity as a fortune could be made with these shares (lost too). I do not fully understand or want to know the tax implications of buying and selling a million or so shares day to day. I bought a decent amount in March, April & May some as low a £1.19 x 42k so I am quite pleased with nice rise. ;-)
gxgxx
01/12/2020
07:42
And I'm fine with that - the shares I had money in at the start of November went up by more; it's just the loss of the daily swings because I don't want to be doing that at these elevated levels that is regrettable, for me.
imastu pidgitaswell
01/12/2020
07:30
The 3* main reasons that Glencore shares are going up are obvious 1) Biden not Trump in the WH soon. 2) Announcement of Covid vaccines. 3) Copper prices through the roof. It is as simple as that. * there are also some lesser ones too like the fact that the share price was driven far too low!
gxgxx
30/11/2020
18:27
THE WISH LIST GIVING BOXES,Supports and Resistences to determine channels and trends together with broker targets which might of course make you smile or and smirk 100 to 130p 130 to 160p 160 to 190p Jefferies target is 190p 190 to 220p$$$$$$$$$$$$$WE ARE HERE$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ JP Morgan has a target of 200p 220 to 250p Deutsche Bank has a 240p target whereas Goldman SACHS and BARCAP have a 220p target 250 to 280p 280 to 310p 310 to 340p June ends at 171.22p july ends at 174.64p August ends at 169.18p September ends at 160.86p October ends at 155.90p November ends at 211.85p Https://www.glencore.com/investors/shareholder-centre/corporate-calendar SUPPORTS AND RESISTENCES Https://www.marketscreener.com/GLENCORE-PLC-8017494/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=glencore
waldron
30/11/2020
17:48
Gold COMEX 1,785.10 -0.17% Silver COMEX 22.65 +0.03% Platinum NYMEX 973.00 +0.85% Copper COMEX 3.44 +0.72% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 47.36 -1.84% Gasoline NYMEX 1.23 -2.56% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.90 +1.83% WTI 44.845 USD -0.69% FTSE 100 6,266.19 -1.59% Dow Jones 29,564.16 -1.16% CAC 40 5,575.16 -0.41% SBF 120 4,408.75 -0.44% Euro STOXX 50 3,492.54 -1.24% DAX 13,291.16 -0.33% Ftse Mib 22,191.88 -0.72% Rio Tinto 4,834 -1.80% Bhp 1,698.6 -2.26% Anglo American 2,213.5 -2.30% Glencore 211.85 -0.80%
waldron
27/11/2020
17:21
Gold COMEX 1,788.00 -1.44% Silver COMEX 22.68 -3.18% Platinum NYMEX 967.60 -0.24% Copper COMEX 3.42 +1.18% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 48.00 +0.76% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 +0.55% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.84 -2.87% WTI 45.31 USD +0.78% FTSE 100 6,367.58 +0.07% Dow Jones 29,890.79 +0.06% CAC 40 5,598.18 +0.56% SBF 120 4,428.16 +0.61% Euro STOXX 50 3,527.79 +0.32% DAX 13,335.68 +0.37% Ftse Mib 22,343.09 +0.64% Rio Tinto 4,922.5 +0.43% Bhp 1,737.8 +0.56% Anglo American 2,265.5 -0.04% Glencore 213.55 +0.64%
waldron
27/11/2020
12:51
V quiet thread.
qs99
25/11/2020
16:38
This will take several years !
dmf
24/11/2020
16:26
Anybody knows what is happening with investigations against Glencore in London, Chicago and Washington DC ? Nothing heard since December 2019 !
a1ord53
24/11/2020
14:10
And that's fine - it was very good while it lasted. But for me I don't want to be in at 210 and finding it back at 160-odd. The swift change in the markets post vaccine has been very good for me elsewhere, and I mean very good - some sold (70% or more in a few weeks), and some (also 70-100%) will be long term holds for a protracted recovery. Now switching out of some of those and back into metals. Looking like too soon for metals, but that is what I always do and that's fine. Very happy, but not sure about when I will be back here soon - but I love it as a FTSE100 liquid company with no stamp duty; not too many of those (apart from POLY...)
imastu pidgitaswell
24/11/2020
13:44
Look at the banks, airliners etc etc today.#Flying
plat hunter
24/11/2020
11:35
Let's be honest - while it was a great trading share over the Summer and Autumn, got this very wrong at the start of November. I thought that gap at 170-odd might be a factor - it just wasn't. I do hope those stranded at or above this sort of level are pretty happy with this move.
imastu pidgitaswell
16/11/2020
20:32
Hello! new holder here after having been in ZIOC for some time and I've kept an eye on Glencore over the years too... I think the successor of Glasenberg will have the ability to make some huge difference by dusting off a few of the old Iron ore projects like Zanaga. Perhaps a bit more hands on and production rather than trading will be a better balance going forward? GL ALL, GTA.
gta5
12/11/2020
10:17
Topping out?Looks like 170 is my new 160
plat hunter
10/11/2020
08:05
Investomania Will the HSBC, Glencore and Centrica share prices make gains after their declines? Could HSBC Holdings plc (LON:HSBA) (HSBA.L), Glencore PLC (LON:GLEN) (GLEN.L) and Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) (CNA.L) post improving share price performances? November 10, 2020 Robert Stephens, The HSBC Holdings plc (LON:HSBA) (HSBA.L), Glencore PLC (LON:GLEN) (GLEN.L) and Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) (CNA.L) share prices have experienced difficult periods this year. Could they produce improving performances in the long run? In my opinion, the HSBC share price has long-term turnaround potential. I think the company is making the right moves in terms of seeking to reduce costs at a time when it is experiencing an exceptional set of trading conditions. Sure, low interest rates and a difficult economic outlook in many of its main markets may weigh on its near-term share price prospects. However, I think that its 37% share price fall since the start of the year suggests that investors have accounted for this to some extent. I also believe that HSBC’s exposure to Asia may be of benefit to it in future. It could experience a higher rate of growth than its UK and European focused sector peers. This may improve its capacity to recover from recent declines in its valuation. I’m also upbeat about the long-term outlook for the Glencore share price. To my mind, the company has delivered a sound operational performance during unexpectedly difficult conditions in 2020. Most of its assets have continued to operate in spite of lockdowns being present in many regions this year. In the short run, investor sentiment could continue to be weak because of a difficult global economic outlook. This may reduce demand for commodity-related companies such as Glencore that are more reliant on the global economic outlook than some of their FTSE 100 peers. However, the company’s decision to postpone dividend payments, the capacity of its marketing division to provide growth in a variety of market settings and its strategy to embrace a low-carbon global economy mean that I’m optimistic about its potential to reverse share price declines experienced in 2020. Volatility may continue to be high, but I feel that it can produce relatively sound returns in the long run from its current price level. The Centrica share price has disappointed for a number of years. To my mind, the company has struggled to deliver on its revised strategy. This may have contributed to weakening investor sentiment that has caused the company to underperform the FTSE 100 by 80% over the past five years. The FTSE 100’s decline this year means that I believe there are a number of stocks that offer good value for money at the moment on a long-term basis. Therefore, for me, the Centrica share price does not have a large amount of appeal just now. I would rather wait for the business to start delivering more resilient operational and financial performance before becoming more bullish about its long-term prospects. Disclosure: the author has no position in any stocks mentioned.
sarkasm
09/11/2020
15:37
Climate change Swiss investors still leaning heavily on fossil fuels Despite concerns about global warning, coal is still being mined and burned all over the world. The Swiss financial market invests too much in oil and coal production, according to a review of nearly 200 financial institutions. This content was published on November 9, 2020 - 13:00 November 9, 2020 - 13:00 Keystone/SDA, sm Some 80% of the banks and asset management firms surveyed by the report have coal mining companies in their investment portfolios. “On average, the Swiss financial centre thus supports additional expansion of international coal and oil production,” announced the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) on Monday. This contradicts the national climate goals, it said. This content was published on Jul 3, 2020 Jul 3, 2020 Switzerland’s emissions have declined over the last 30 years, but not enough to meet the national targets set for 2020. What’s behind the gap? Today the Swiss financial centre invests four times more in companies that generate electricity from fossil sources such as coal and gas than it does in producers of renewable electricity. Aside from the climate-related concerns, the FOEN pointed out the potential financial risks for those investing in fossil fuels – which could become less attractive due to future climate policy measures. The FOEN also noted that more than half the institutions claiming to exclude coal from their investments still hold shares and bonds in companies that mine coal or produce coal-based electricity. The conclusions come from a voluntary review initiated by the FOEN in cooperation with the State Secretariat for International Financial Matters (SIF). The climate compatibility test, based on the international PACTA method (Paris Agreement Capital Transition Assessment), covered the entire Swiss financial market for the first time. The last test in 2017 was only open to pension funds and insurance companies. Swiss CO2 emissions: Small country, big footprint The much-lauded Swiss quality of life has a dark side - namely levels of consumerism and convenience that jack up the national carbon footprint. The aim of the test is to create transparency and to support the efforts of financial institutions to steer their investments into climate-friendly paths, the FOEN wrote in its press release. The results showed some initial progress, but not enough for the Swiss financial centre to play a leading role in the area of sustainable financial flows. This content was published on Oct 30, 2020 Oct 30, 2020 “We see a Swiss financial industry that finances, at the moment, a climate warming of four to six degrees Celsius,” says WWF director Elgin Brunner. Climate-friendly renovations Pension funds, which have many real estate holdings in their portfolios, could make an important contribution to climate targets if they implement planned building renovations, the report found. Such funds are currently planning to convert 30% of their buildings from fossil to renewable heating systems, which could have a major influence on the direct reduction of emissions. The other financial sectors, on the other hand, would only consider this for 1-2% of their properties, the report wrote. Methodology The Pacta (Paris Agreement Capital Transition Assessment) climate impact test is based on a standardized analysis of global equities, corporate bonds and credit portfolios. The test was developed by the international and non-profit think tank 2°Investing Initiative. In the test, the production plans of the companies in the portfolios are compared with the development required by the International Energy Agency (IEA) to limit the maximum warming to 1.5° Celsius. english@swissinfo.ch.
waldron
09/11/2020
14:45
Yeah gutted about my profit banked inside 4 days
plat hunter
09/11/2020
14:05
Plat the Prat GETTING IT WRONG AGAIN ha ha ha ha ha
topazfrenzy
09/11/2020
13:27
Not so for me... started well but given most of it back now lol
plat hunter
09/11/2020
12:18
Yes, but plenty else going through the roof... :-)
imastu pidgitaswell
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