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RIO Rio Tinto Plc

5,271.00
35.00 (0.67%)
20 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rio Tinto Plc LSE:RIO London Ordinary Share GB0007188757 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.00 0.67% 5,271.00 5,273.00 5,274.00 5,284.00 5,204.00 5,227.00 10,492,918 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 54.86B 10.06B 6.1815 8.53 85.81B
Rio Tinto Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RIO. The last closing price for Rio Tinto was 5,236p. Over the last year, Rio Tinto shares have traded in a share price range of 4,509.50p to 5,910.00p.

Rio Tinto currently has 1,627,108,312 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Rio Tinto is £85.81 billion. Rio Tinto has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 8.53.

Rio Tinto Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/6/2024
16:34
May add around these levels, see what the week brings.
craftyale
17/6/2024
14:48
Yeah it's been a tough 5 weeks or so in this sector that's for sure.

Still investing for the long term is just that and eventually the turn will come as the world needs what these companies pull from the ground.

Good luck all 👍🏻

tuftymatt
17/6/2024
13:52
In London, miners struggled on the back of mixed China data. China is a major buyer of minerals. Rio Tinto fell 1.7%, Glencore gave back 1.5% and Anglo American lost 1.0%
philanderer
17/6/2024
13:42
Happy clappy left clowns trying to destroy economies and hand the world to China. They've not no good ideas, just whinge and protest.
goldgeezer
16/6/2024
11:05
Perhaps a Serbian official made the GBP27M trade announced at 4:35 on Friday.
goldgeezer
04/6/2024
00:05
June 03, 2024 at 08:24 am EDT

Already positive, the research from JP Morgan and its analyst Patrick Jones still consider the stock as a Buy opportunity. The target price continues to be set at GBX 6610

philanderer
29/5/2024
11:26
Roger that. But I'd like to try and have a go! GL.
blackbag21
29/5/2024
10:27
Yeh, but £3m doesn't go anywhere these days :-(
casket1
29/5/2024
01:11
Looks like his timing wasn't too bad as well!
Hope this downward trend ends shortly for us all. BB.

blackbag21
28/5/2024
20:01
Its a different world for some folk.
yump
28/5/2024
18:58
That's some sale last week by the Chief Commercial Officer


59,000 @ £57.461

philanderer
24/5/2024
09:06
Yump - Agree again!! On a salary level Train Drivers and many plumbers would be upper middle class or lower upper class as earning more than many in the legal profession.

Anyway back to Rio - FT today reporting that Palliser Capital calling for RIO to consolidate its listing in Australia as trading at a $27bn discount to its Australian Entity.
Anyone holding the Aussie stock? Thoughts?

pugugly
22/5/2024
14:00
Yump, would that would mean national min wage at the BOE
dewalt
22/5/2024
13:34
Shame their salaries aren’t linked to performance ;-)
yump
22/5/2024
11:45
I wonder if anyone has ever plotted the increase/decrease notes from analysts against subsequent price movements in the following months to see if there is any correlation.

I reckon its a near certainty there is nothing, or perhaps an inverse relationship !

I'm pretty certain this has been done, think I read such research many years ago in the US, vaguely recall the author was David Dreman but not sure. Where there are several conflicting broker views it means nothing but may be particularly significant when there is a strong consensus of broker opinion, either pos or neg. In that case the more likely outcome is the opposite of their combined view but you can't rely on it alone.

However my view after many decades of investing is to ignore them completely and make up my own mind based on fundamentals. I used to take some notice, especially on the opposite effect of a strong consensus, but gave up on broker opinion probably around the same time I switched from trading to being a long term hold income investor. Never looked back.

anhar
22/5/2024
10:38
Yump, if you mean "do they talk a load of sh!te" then i completely agree
casket1
22/5/2024
10:00
I wonder if anyone has ever plotted the increase/decrease notes from analysts against subsequent price movements in the following months to see if there is any correlation.

I reckon its a near certainty there is nothing, or perhaps an inverse relationship !

yump
22/5/2024
04:22
Rio Tinto has declared force majeure on its Queensland smelters stating that it will take longer to repair gas supplies after a fire in March. This only affects third party contracts and Rio’s own smelters are unaffected.

Won’t this mean a protracted restriction in third party aluminium production potentially increasing prices while Rio’s own production is unaffected?

Sounds like it should be good for Rio?

greendig
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