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
  +71.00p +1.49% 4,851.00p 4,844.00p 4,845.50p 4,873.00p 4,781.50p 4,817.50p 2,724,739 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 31,775.7 14,245.8 622.0 7.6 63,281

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02/6/2019
11:51
Turvart 2 Jun '19 - 11:42 - 263 of 263 0 0 0 Waldron, Is this what I’m doing on my Sunday off, having a drink and your trying to make me look stupid? What’s the crack mate? Why are your trying to make me look stupid because Rio is going to hit 5600 in the time frame I’ve suggested. No ones trying make you look stupid we are all trying to confirm by proof that your posts without adequate links and sbstantiation stand up and the share price target is possible within certain time frames
sarkasm
02/6/2019
11:42
Waldron, Is this what I’m doing on my Sunday off, having a drink and your trying to make me look stupid? What’s the crack mate? Why are your trying to make me look stupid because Rio is going to hit 5600 in the time frame I’ve suggested.
turvart
02/6/2019
11:42
Https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/shares/share/RIO 28 May 2019, 10:20 Source - SMW HSBC today reaffirms its hold investment rating on Rio Tinto PLC (LON:RIO) and cut its price target to 4920p (from 5000p).
sarkasm
02/6/2019
11:41
Https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/shares/share/RIO Credit Suisse Neutral from 3,870.00 to 4,340.00
sarkasm
02/6/2019
11:31
Waldron, That’s not the best place to look for fundamentals, let me give you a tip, shares magazine is the best place for fundamentals because it’s run by astute people and updated regular.
turvart
02/6/2019
11:25
Waldron, I see after your link your having a pop at my weekend drinking, fair play you go for it, I have actually got so much respect for you and I’m not going to run you down because I respect you so much, you have a pop at me about my weekend drinking fair enough, come and sit beside my Wife she will agree with you and you can both have a pop at me and we can bring Rio into the conversation LOL!
turvart
02/6/2019
11:21
Https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices/stocks/summary/fundamentals.html?fourWayKey=GB0007188757GBGBXSET1 Https://www.marketscreener.com/RIO-TINTO-9590196/financials/
waldron
02/6/2019
11:12
Waldron, My dear friend, The mathematics of Iron ore will not be factored into the SP, fund managers turn up for work and on their mobiles all day, they don’t even research these days they are very lazy. The MM’s make the market to suit the time frame. No the buy backs are not supporting the share price bccause 95% of people don’t understand the mathematics of buy backs and the MM’s do not take buy backs into account to make any market, they do it on sentiment for that particular day. Thank you and regards.
turvart
02/6/2019
11:10
DECEMBER END Market Cap. 59,177.97 m Shares In Issue 1,304.49 m DEPENDS ON THE DATE PEANUTS YOU REFER TO I HAD THOUGHT YOU WOULD HAVE HAD YOUR FUNDEMENTAL ANALYSIS AT YOUR FINGER TIPS Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDBPH1o5rAw
waldron
02/6/2019
11:04
END DECEMBER 2018 THE WORLD ACCORDING TO ADVFN Cash PS 650.24 p Net Cash PS 12.19 p Net Tangible Asset Value PS * 2,414.04 p Net Asset Value PS 3,007.24 p
waldron
02/6/2019
10:55
Turvart 2 Jun '19 - 10:03 - 248 of 252 0 0 0 The grumpy old men, That was a very interesting read but whoever compiled it doesn’t understand the mathematics of operating profit and what in fact this will do to the bottom line of net profit, the increase in iron ore will have such a massive increase to Rio’s bottom line net profit. NOT ALWAYS THAT STRAIGHT FORWARD DUE TO HEDGING AND FOWARD TRADING NOT SURE WHETHER ITS ALREADY FACTORED INTO THE SP NOT TO MENTION THAT THE BUYBACKS MAY BE SUPPORTING THE SP THE ONLY THING THAT WILL CHANGE DOWNWARD SENTIMENT IS IF TRUMP DID SOMETHING POSITIVE AND STOPPED HIS DISRUPTIVE TWEETS
waldron
02/6/2019
10:54
Hey Waldron, My good friend, stop being smug mate 😂, I haven’t done my analysis yet because at the moment I’m drunk.
turvart
02/6/2019
10:45
Er Waldron 1,270,945,447
turvart
02/6/2019
10:33
Https://www.riotinto.com/investors/share-price-and-tools-90.aspx Shares in issue 1,271,008,219 Turvart 2 Jun '19 - 09:47 - 246 of 250 0 0 0 Waldron, Are you keeping your eye on the shares in issue? It’s gone from 1.305 BLN to just over 1.270 BLN, this factor will also be in my analysis. I GUESS YOU REFER TO THE BUYBACKS CAUSING THE REDUCTION
waldron
02/6/2019
10:03
The grumpy old men, That was a very interesting read but whoever compiled it doesn’t understand the mathematics of operating profit and what in fact this will do to the bottom line of net profit, the increase in iron ore will have such a massive increase to Rio’s bottom line net profit.
turvart
02/6/2019
09:59
Https://www.riotinto.com/investors/share-buyback-14279.aspx 2019 share buy-back programme On 20 September 2018, Rio Tinto unveiled the details of how it intends to return approximately $3.2 billion of post-tax coal disposal proceeds to its shareholders. The Group returned $2.1 billion through a Rio Tinto Limited off-market buy-back in November 2018 and the remaining $1.1 billion will be returned through an on-market Rio Tinto plc share buy-back which commenced on 28 February 2019 and will be completed no later than 28 February 2020. Rio Tinto plc Following the completion of the off-market buy-back of Rio Tinto Limited shares, the aggregate maximum consideration available for the on-market Rio Tinto plc share buy-back portion of the $3.2 billion coal disposal share buy-back programme is US$1,119 million. This portion of the programme commenced on 28 February 2019 and will be completed no later than 28 February 2020.
waldron
02/6/2019
09:47
Waldron, Are you keeping your eye on the shares in issue? It’s gone from 1.305 BLN to just over 1.270 BLN, this factor will also be in my analysis.
turvart
02/6/2019
09:40
Hahaha Waldron, You crack me up mate!
turvart
02/6/2019
08:54
CHEERS NOT TOO MUCH I HOPE you kinow it makes sense
waldron
02/6/2019
08:46
Hi Waldron, I will come up my analysis but I need time to compile it, I’m having a drink today so I won’t start it today. Regards.
turvart
02/6/2019
07:19
Https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Why-Battery-Metals-Are-Bafflingly-Cheap.html it is more likely that market forces will keep supply and demand in balance and prices in check. Lower prices will lead to increased demand for EVs, which will affect commodity prices. Furthermore, producers are looking for alternative methods and metals to produce batteries with in order to prevent overdependence on lithium and cobalt. This would influence demand in the long term and therefore, suppress prices. For the time being, the world is dependent on a limited number of metals to power the shift away from fossil fuels, and the dropping prices could not have come at a better time. By Vanand Meliksetian for Oilprice.com
waldron
02/6/2019
06:47
Russia Holds Rare Earths But Mines Little. That's Changing By Yuliya Fedorinova 31 mai 2019 à 15:10 UTC+2 Updated on 1 juin 2019 à 01:05 UTC+2 The country holds some of the biggest rare-earth reserves But its projects have faced several setbacks in development SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share Tweet Post Email In this article ROSTH ROSTEC STATE CORP Private Company CHEP CHELPIPE 153.00 RUB +1.00+0.66% With rare earths in the cross hairs of the U.S.-China trade war, there’s a sharp focus on who else can sell the critical minerals. Russia could become one supplier. The country accounts for less than 2% of global production, but owns the world’s fourth-biggest reserves, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There are two projects that could come online by 2023, but they’ve been set back by delays. President Vladimir Putin has pushed Russia to develop its own rare earth production, calling it an issue that’s "critically important to the defense capability of the country." He’s previously said Russia ranks second in total reserves around the world. "Despite the fact that the projects are difficult and being postponed, the supplies are unlikely to reach the U.S.," said Boris Krasnojenov, chief of research at Alfa Bank JSC in Moscow. Read: China Has Rare Earths Plan Ready to Go If Trade War Deepens The biggest one is run by TriArk Mining Co., a venture owned by Russian billionaire Alexander Nesis and Russian state-owned giant Rostec State Corp., which is under U.S. sanctions. It’s developing a project in Russia’s Far East that hopes to produce 14,000 tons of ferroniobium and 16,000 tons of rare earth metals oxides a year, said spokesman Andjey Krasutsky. That would account for 10% of global production, according to the company. TriArk expects to mine the first material from the Tomtor deposit in 2022 and have product ready to sell by the following year. However, the site has faced several delays because of difficulties extracting the ore. "Given the timing of the project and the dynamic situation in the market and in the world," it’s too early to tell if Tomtor will be able to sell rare earth to the U.S., Krasutsky said. Andrey Korobov, the head of Rostec’s RT-Business Development, said in an interview in 2015 that the plant will make Russia self-sufficient in rare-earth elements used in wind turbines and hybrid cars. Exports to Japan and China might be an option, he said. The second, smaller rare-earth project is being developed by ZAO Technoinvest Alliance, which is partially owned by steel pipe maker ChelPipe PJSC. The goal is to extract tantalum and niobium as well as oxides of rare earth metals from the Zashikhinskoye deposit in the Irkutsk region and use some of the materials in pipe making. The project aims to process 1 million tons of ore per year. In January, the regional government said plant opening was delayed to 2023, according to Tass. — With assistance by Elena Mazneva
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