Vale SA (VALE.N)
14 Mar 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$64,077.45|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||5,365.30|
By Walter Brandimarte RIO DE JANEIRO, March 12 - Latin American stocks edged lower on Wednesday on persistent fears that China's economic slowdown would hurt demand for the region's commodities, although some mining shares rebounded on a belief that a recent sell-off was exaggerated. Key Latin American currencies also posted light gains, stabilizing after a string of losses. Concerns about plunging metal prices, however, kept investors cautious. Prices of copper, Chile's ma
BRASILIA, March 12 - Vale SA, the world's largest iron ore producer, expects new rules reducing double taxation of foreign units of Brazilian companies to be ready in the coming weeks or months, the company's chief executive officer said on Wednesday.
* BSGR denies charges, may start international arbitration
TORONTO, March 3 - Vale SA's Canadian unit has resumed work on its Copper Cliff Deep nickel project in the Sudbury basin and expects to complete a feasibility study by the end of the year, a company executive said on Monday.
TORONTO, March 3 - Vale's Canadian unit has resumed work on its Copper Cliff Deep nickel project in the Sudbury basin and expects to complete a feasibility study by the end of the year, a company executive said on Monday.
RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO Feb 27 - Vale SA , the world's largest iron ore producer, will continue reining in costs this year even as the outlook for prices and sales volumes is improving, its chief executive officer said on Thursday.
(Corrects paragraph 21 freight cost savings to $7 instead of $10)
RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 27 - Chances that China will accept Brazilian miner Vale's giant Valemax vessels are growing as bigger ships become increasingly common in world markets, Vale director of ferrous metals Jose Carlos Martins said in a news conference on Thursday.
Feb 27 - Vale SA, the world's largest iron ore producer, will maintain cost and capital spending austerity in 2014, Chief Executive Officer Murilo Ferreira said on Thursday.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 26 - Vale SA, the world's No. 3 mining company by market value, said on Wednesday its net loss more than doubled in the fourth quarter after it took a $6.5 billion charge for an income-tax settlement with the Brazilian government and wrote off part of a failed potash investment.
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