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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
  21.00 0.43% 4,922.50 4,926.00 4,928.00 4,934.50 4,845.50 4,845.50 5,532,664 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 32,547.9 8,384.1 370.5 13.3 61,814

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03/5/2019
10:00
Citibank goes for high iron ore for all of 2019 - peaking in next few months at $100+. hTTps://www.businessinsider.com.au/iron-ore-price-forecast-citi-2019-5
podgyted
03/5/2019
01:57
This is my favourite graph. hTTps://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price It's not about the absolute level but the fact it's 40% higher than the previous year - Rio must be making hay. The key question is how long it will last and will it retrace back to the $60-$70 level. The impetus on the way up was the Vale dam disaster. I personally think the Brazilian government will tie Vale up in knots for quite some time. While the rate of growth in China is slowing it's still over 6% and I heard that steel production is clocking in at 9% growth. There seems to be a mis-match between certain analysts and the companies (RIO, BHP etc)who see no problem with China. Anyway, like to hear other's views. PT (Iron ore isn’t traded like other commodities. Benchmark indices collect data every day from industry sources and calculate a "spot price" according to their methodology. As transactions between buyers and sellers can be conducted in closed-door negotiations using different currencies and ore grades, transparency and accuracy can be an issue. A hefty fee is also charged for access to the end-of-day data. As a proxy, most online stockbrokers and charting programs use the NYMEX Futures price.)
podgyted
02/5/2019
21:13
Yes Rio is very cheap at these levels
turvart
02/5/2019
09:27
Citigroup Buy 4,800.00 Reiterates Http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/02-05-2019
the grumpy old men
26/4/2019
18:26
Hi, I am a very big fan of the fundamentals of this great mining stock and wish to add a new thread so people can debate the pro’s and con’s. I hope this thread will take off because I see there is little debate on ADVFN about Rio. Regards.
turvart
26/4/2019
18:21
https://www.riotinto.com/investors/financial-calendar-89.aspx>
turvart
12/4/2019
15:04
I added these today for my pension portfolio, great fundamentals, still looking cheap imo, I’ll be adding more when funds permitted.
turvart
20/3/2019
10:11
https://www.ft.com/content/a0a1d620-4ab4-11e9-bbc9-6917dce3dc62
andyadvfn1
20/3/2019
09:53
Iron ore price fall
andyadvfn1
20/3/2019
09:26
Anyone know why the sudden drop today? Can't see any news that makes sense of it. Have I missed something? Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
07/3/2019
11:33
it is -7%. my platform (investing com ) was glitching..
gf13
07/3/2019
09:38
the actual price now 4,150.50 -143.95= -3.35%___ not bad, i think it will recover very soon..
gf13
07/3/2019
08:44
Bloomberg reporting share price down on broker downgrades, no mention of the 7% xd.
andyadvfn1
07/3/2019
08:24
Buy and hold I have since 2016 STX, MSYS,AOR,PFC, INFA, a few of my fav long term holds dyor as always
ny boy
07/3/2019
08:17
4135p at the mo.
demo trader
06/3/2019
18:23
I am not planning to sell tomorrow or any time soon because i think the share price has a potential to go higher in the sort/medium term, it was just a theoretical question. As i said i am learning..thanks again
gf13
06/3/2019
18:06
Clearly expecting a drop but do we think it will be the full 7%
thistle1971
06/3/2019
17:59
The price should fall by around £3 per share tomorrow to reflect the fact that those buying will not receive the div and special div due in April. Unfortunately, it isn't a case of buying for the div, and selling for the same price once qualified (otherwise we'd all be doing that!)
dexdringle
06/3/2019
17:47
Tomorrow, share price should fall to represent the div taken off the price, any rise will be a bonus. Simply put, the ex-dividend date is typically two business days before the record date. ... However, the trade date has to be before the ex-dividend date in order for the settlement date to be on or before the record date -- and therefore for the buyer to receive the dividend. As long as you purchase a stock prior to the ex-dividend date, you can then sell the stock any time on or after the ex-dividend date and still receive the dividend. A common misconception is that investors need to hold the stock through the record date or pay date. But Do Your Own Research.
killman2
06/3/2019
17:37
What price tomorrow?
thistle1971
06/3/2019
17:33
Thank you all. I was not sure because in the "buy order” it says Settlement Date: 08/03/19. I am just learning, does this mean that i can not sell before the settlement date? Killman; good plan hopefully the share price does not drop too much on/after the ex div date.
gf13
06/3/2019
16:58
then sell RIO and on to div for JUP next week, then CRST after that, then PFC...get them divs...
killman2
06/3/2019
16:43
if you have bought the share to day you will still be entitled to the divi tomorrow.
leonidas
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