Rio Tinto PLC (RIO)

5,974.00
+19.00(+0.32%)
  • Volume:
    1,514,466
  • Bid/Ask:
    5,921.00/6,155.00
  • Day's Range:
    5,932.00 - 6,025.00

RIO Overview

Prev. Close
5,955
Day's Range
5,932 - 6,025
Revenue
32.64B
Open
5,989
52 wk Range
3,519 - 6,553
EPS
4.3
Volume
1,514,466
Market Cap
96.71B
Dividend (Yield)
341.60 (5.61%)
Average Vol. (3m)
2,396,315
P/E Ratio
13.83
Beta
0.85
1-Year Change
55.38%
Shares Outstanding
1,618,898,904
Next Earnings Date
Jul 28, 2021
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Rio Tinto PLC Analysis

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Rio Tinto PLC Company Profile

Rio Tinto PLC Company Profile

Industry
Metal Mining
Employees
47500

Rio Tinto plc is a mining and metals company. The Company's business is finding, mining and processing mineral resources. The Company's segments include Iron Ore, Aluminium, Copper & Diamonds, Energy & Minerals and Other Operations. The Company operates an iron ore business, supplying the global seaborne iron ore trade. Its Iron Ore product operations are located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia and operations include approximately five iron ore products and approximately four port terminals. The Aluminium business includes bauxite mines, alumina refineries and aluminum smelters. Its bauxite mines are located in Australia, Brazil and Guinea. The Copper & Diamonds segment has managed operations in Australia, Canada, Mongolia and the United States, and non-managed operations in Chile and Indonesia. The Energy & Minerals segment consists of mining, refining and marketing operations across sectors including borates, iron ore concentrate and pellets, titanium dioxide and uranium.

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    • There is a lot of other, better and nature friendly stocks to invest than mining.WIND, SOLAR, SPACE, 5G, HEALTHCARE/PHARMA, EV, RV, MOBILEGAMING, STREAMING-and CANNABISstocks sector will all bring a much better revenues in few years. And it's like a win-win for nature and those who stacks the "next Microsoft" stocks. But objectively, if I woul invest to mining, it would be on lithium and gold.
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    • It's a shame, that CEO was the best for shareholders, 4.8 £/share in 2019  ... I'm quitting too, 50£ is the historical high since 2011 anyway. I had them for that long (bought at 44£), did most of my career at Rio Tinto.
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      • What are the two best pairs two trade in this market and how long would it take to see income ?
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    • CEO has quit
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      • Why Rio is so much down today?
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        • buy tata consumer product immediately of india. msci included in index in may. top group top company. will surge in no time.. buy as much as one can.. millions .this will be Amazon of india in few years and will deliver multifold return ..
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          • buy today or tomorrow for target 47 and more
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            • Rio  is going to 20  the Europe will go into a depression  stay away from it or short sell it on any rally to 40
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          • Buy for new Year rally to 45.00
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            • Is 45.00 coming for Xmas
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              • Good profits still pouring in Rio from iron ore, but, losing money in copper, alumina. Stock to recover to 45.00
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                • Expect new higher price for RioTinto@ 5200 to 5250
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                  • when can come?
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                • £50 plus coming soon as iron ore rises to $110
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                  • Ramesh, what next do you think - it will recover till 50?
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                • Big safe bottom at 4650, look for 4950 soon
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                  • Do you trade BHP?
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                  • maybe can come to 4580 due to some trade war escalation.. ?
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                • Looking to sell past £48
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                  • anybody trade rio?
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                    • Rio is a buy for next 12 months s iron ore price gives a big boost
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                      • looks like roof exist anyhow.. how far up it can go? do not see much space up from now..
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                      • Hi Ramesh, kindly ask you to share the source of information regarding iron ore price.. Find that quite a astrong fundamnetal reason to be long on mining companies.. Thx in advance!
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                      • Andrej Uglesic try this one - i use. https://www.ig.com/au/commodities/markets-commodities/iron-ore
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                    • looks like pause now, or maybe some down?
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                      • Why is Rio going up from 4200 to 4780 in 4 weeks
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                        • all market going up (look ftse 350 mining), don't know where the end ..
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                      • Need advice - rio will go more up?
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                        • https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/rio-tinto-predicts-new-copper-mine-will-be-built-in-western-australia-20190308-p512vv.html
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