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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
  -36.00p -0.75% 4,770.00p 4,774.00p 4,775.00p 4,830.00p 4,739.50p 4,799.50p 3,149,894 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 31,775.7 14,245.8 622.0 7.6 62,223.94

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16/6/2019
00:25
Hey Redneck, post on the other thread I’m not reading your posts, I just glimpse at them, this is going to 5600!
turvart
15/6/2019
19:11
psychometricstesting A fine WordPress.com site About The Strengths & Weaknesses of IQ Tests An intelligence quotient, or IQ, test is a type of standardized test designed to measure a person’s raw intelligence. IQ tests are sometimes used to detect whether children should be put into special education classes or accelerated learning programs. IQ tests can be a valuable tool for assessing intelligence, but they also have several drawbacks and weaknesses. The main strength of IQ tests is the ability to provide a rough estimate of the raw intellectual ability of a test taker. The results of tests can be used to estimate future performance of test takers, but IQ tests are limited in scope and therefore are not always good predictors of academic or job performance. One weakness of IQ tests is that designing a test to interpret intelligence presumes that intelligence can be adequately defined and tested by using a simple paper-and-pencil, multiple choice exam. IQ tests often contain logical word problems or problems involving shapes and numbers, but such problems may not necessarily form an accurate picture of intelligence. For instance, a person with a very high IQ score may have no talent for music, while another person with an average IQ score may be musically gifted. A math whiz with with a high IQ might be terrible at creative writing, while a person who is poor in math and has an average IQ might be creatively gifted. Another failing of IQ tests is the inability to evaluate characteristics that are important to achievement in the world that may not be directly related to IQ scores. For instance, the ability to interact well with others is an essential skill that many consider to be a form of intelligence, but this is not measured by IQ tests. Other important personal characteristics such as motivation to succeed, disposition and self-discipline are also not measured by IQ tests. Perhaps the most important qualities in terms of employment opportunities are skills and knowledge. Skills and knowledge are learned through study and practice, but these qualities are not tested by IQ tests. Someone can have a genius level IQ but have little actual knowledge or skill, while another person with an average IQ may have spent years educating herself to obtain practical skills and knowledge. Another problem with IQ tests is that results can vary considerably from one test administration to another. Even a difference of 5 points in the result of an IQ test could move someone from what is considered a low IQ to well within the average range. Another issue is that not all IQ tests are the same and difficulty may vary, meaning that a certain score on one test may not be equivalent to the same score on another. Http://www.psychometric.biz
ariane
15/6/2019
14:55
Get off my thread, it's Redneck alert go on your other thread and how Rio is going to 4000 along with Barclays analysis with how they can't even protect their own share price going into free fall.
turvart
15/6/2019
14:24
Adam Smith Institute National Beer Day in the UK June 15, 2019 National Beer Day in the UK Madsen Pirie The date of June 15th was designated National Beer Day in the UK to celebrate English ale. It was chosen because it was the date on which King John signed and set his seal to the Magna Carta in the meadows at Runnymede. In the Middle Ages it was a staple drink of England, brewed and drunk everywhere and by all classes. It was drunk at every meal because it was safer than water - alcohol kills germs. Such is our historic acquaintance with it that we have an enzyme, alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH), to help metabolize it. Those who drank beer survived in greater proportion than those who drank water. In the Far East those who drank tea survived because it involved boiling the water. East Asians have a lower alcohol tolerance because they never drank it to survive, and did not inherit the enzyme. Beer is quintessentially English. It is top fermented, and traditionally finished its fermentation in casks in the cellars of public houses. It contrasts with bottom fermented beers popular in Continental Europe, which include the light coloured pilsners that only became popular un Britain in the second half of the 20th Century. Before the use of hops gradually became widespread from the 15th Century, an uphopped beer was called an ale, with the term “beer” reserved for those made with hops, and brewers could originally make either, but not both. Magistrates and officials were not interested in limiting the amount produced or the quantity drunk, but in ensuring it was of the appropriate quality and strength. A 1577 survey of pubs in England and Wales, done for tax purposes, lists 14,202 alehouses, 1,631 inns, and 329 taverns, representing one pub for every 187 people. The 1830 Beerhouse Act enabled anyone to brew and sell beer and cider, either from a pub, or from their own home. It led to hundreds of new pubs setting up. It was passed to reduce the excessive consumption of gin, “the quickest way out of Manchester.” Public Health England has a more Puritan attitude, advising no more that 14 units of alcohol a week. This works out at about 5 pints a week of a cask-conditioned ale. The claim is that by choosing an absurdly low number they will prompt drinkers to limit their consumption, whereas the reality is that people just ignore the recommendation, knowing that it was plucked out of the air with no scientific basis to support it. There are probably health risks associated with beer, as there are with most things, but there are positive aspects too. Beer promotes social interactions as people drink with friends, and it lowers levels of stress, which is reckoned to be among the causes of early death. Beer has been part of our culture. It almost certainly sustained the archers who fought at Agincourt, and it was always a feature of what is appropriately named “Merrie England.” The nannies and killjoys disapprove, as they do of everything that brings pleasure, but on National Beer Day, we’ll drink a toast and wish good health to everyone else.
the grumpy old men
15/6/2019
10:50
The Guardian: The London Metal Exchange has issued a daytime drinking ban for its 120 trading floor members. will it have a sobering affect on prices
ariane
15/6/2019
10:49
The Guardian: The London Metal Exchange has issued a daytime drinking ban for its 120 trading floor members. will it have a sobering affect on prices
ariane
14/6/2019
21:34
I am a mathematics expert and even Waldron will confess Rio has hit the 4800-5000 box, so I have Barclays and Waldron on the run.
turvart
14/6/2019
21:28
I was trained by top mathematical experts this world holds on fundamentals and I’m no idiot and I’m proving these muppet shorters wrong.
turvart
14/6/2019
19:03
Become an FT subscriber to read: Rio Tinto reveals government contracts
grupo guitarlumber
14/6/2019
19:00
5600, come to Daddy! Bring it on shorters! You are getting taken to the cleaners!
turvart
14/6/2019
17:33
Https://www.9news.com.au/national/wa-news-rio-tinto-develop-worlds-first-driverless-heavyhaul-long-distance-rail-network/0d7b1374-6766-4712-ac7a-cdf5ccb0e679
waldron
14/6/2019
17:14
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore104.33 USD -1.96(-1.88%) Gold COMEX 1,353.20 +0.71% Silver COMEX 14.90 +0.05% Platinum NYMEX 806.30 -0.38% Copper COMEX 2.64 -0.64% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.19 +1.44% Gasoline NYMEX 1.72 +1.26% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.38 +2.54% (WTI) 52.7 USD +1.23% Rio Tinto 4,770 -0.75% Anglo American 2,110.5 -0.05% Glencore 272.05 -0.35% (BHP) 1910.9 GBp -0.94%
waldron
14/6/2019
11:13
spook would have come to the aid of the party too but scottie would be funny Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssme-8fnTPM
waldron
14/6/2019
10:38
Https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/14/gold-market-fed-rate-cut-expectations-middle-east-tensions-in-focus.html IF I DABBLE, ITS IN GOLD COINS http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=43502787
sarkasm
14/6/2019
10:27
I canna hold her captain, we're losing warp drive:- "China's industrial output growth has slowed to a more than 17-year low. Data just published for May showed growth of of 5% - below the 5.5% that had been forecast by some economists. Industrial output had risen 5.4% in April. The slowdown in May was the latest sign of weakening demand in the world's second-largest economy as the US ramps up trade pressure." Today I will mainly be looking at gold.
podgyted
14/6/2019
07:25
CHEERS TED
the grumpy old men
14/6/2019
06:56
Why the Rio Tinto share price is outperforming with the sector today Brendon Lau | June 14, 2019 | More on: BHP FMG RIO Race Many of the big ASX miners are outperforming the S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO) (ASX:XJO) index this morning after the price of iron ore hit a five-year high. The Platts Iron Ore Index, or IODEX, jumped to $US110.20 a tonne and has gained more than 50% since January, according to the Australian Financial Review. This pushed the Rio Tinto Limited (ASX: RIO) share price up nearly 2% to $103.82 this morning, while the BHP Group Ltd (ASX: BHP) share price added 1.1% to $40 and the Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX: FMG) share price surged 4.6% to $8.73. Iron ore in a seller’s market Worries about the supply of mainstream iron ore fines are reported to be behind the latest price surge and traders are expecting tight supply in July and August. It’s a seller’s market – at least in the short-term with some analysts predicting the price of the commodity could jump to US$120 a tonne by August. The strength of the steel making ingredient is defying the gloom cast over the Chinese economy from the ongoing trade spat between the US and China. This is largely based on two factors. The Chinese government may step up infrastructure construction to offset the slowing economy and that means greater demand for steel. The other factor is that profit margins for Chinese steel mills are still reasonably healthy. These mills will keep buying iron ore to produce steel as long as they can make a buck! Risk of a price correction in the second half But not everyone is a bull. Some analysts, including those from Citigroup, point out that profit margins of these mills are under pressure and have become razor thin in recent times and that the supply of residential property is outstripping demand, which leads to a real risk that steel production could fall in the second half of this calendar year. This isn’t a given so it’s probably a little premature to be selling off all your holdings in iron ore stocks. The high price of the commodity also gives me some comfort as it provides room for a fall without necessarily triggering a consensus profit downgrade cycle for these stocks. Foolish takeaway Many analysts have assumed an iron ore price that’s materially under US$100 a tonne, so even if the ore price were to fall 20% from its expected peak, that shouldn’t impact much, if at all, on share valuations. On the flipside, if iron ore prices stay higher for longer (and it seems to have a bit of a history of remaining stubbornly high) or if it only dips modestly, shares in our major iron ore producers can enjoy a consensus profit upgrade instead. But iron ore stocks aren’t the only group with a promising outlook. The experts at the Motley Fool have uncovered some gems that are well placed to outperform in 2019.
the grumpy old men
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