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Lonmin PLC (LMI.L)

LMI.L on London Stock Exchange

86.25GBp
26 May 2017
Change (% chg)

-1.75 (-1.99%)
Prev Close
88.00
Open
88.00
Day's High
88.75
Day's Low
86.00
Volume
1,436,819
Avg. Vol
2,498,363
52-wk High
252.56
52-wk Low
80.50

LMI.L

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About

Lonmin Plc is a producer of platinum group metals (PGMs). The Company is engaged in the discovery, extraction, refining and marketing of PGMs. The Company's segments include PGM Operations, Evaluation, Exploration and Other. Its geographical segments include The Americas, Asia, Europe and South Africa. The PGM Operations segment... (more)

Overall

Beta: 3.27
Market Cap(Mil.): £246.21
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 282.44
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  LMI.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 91.38 37.00
EPS (TTM): -1.44 -- --
ROI: -29.42 0.39 11.84
ROE: -29.77 0.15 15.25

Lonmin shares tumble after costs trigger loss, deeper cuts planned

LONDON A drop in production and higher costs forced South Africa-focused platinum producer Lonmin to make deeper cuts and shift its headquarters on Monday as a first-half operating loss of $181 million knocked its shares.

May 15 2017

UPDATE 1-Lonmin shares tumble after costs trigger loss, deeper cuts planned

* Shares fall sharply in London and Jo'burg (Adds detail, shares, quotes)

May 15 2017

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on May 15

May 15 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 12 points at 7,447 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers. * BHP: One of the last reminders of a merger 16 years ago that created the world's biggest mining house will be erased on Monday when BHP Billiton , changes its name back to just BHP. * BHP Billiton, Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie, batting off an attack by activist funds, will tell investors in Barcelona next week that the top global miner can pump mo

May 15 2017

UPDATE 2-Protesters disrupt platinum producer Lonmin's operations in South Africa

* Lonmin says protests have lead to two shafts halting output

May 11 2017

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