Vale SA (VALE5.SA)
6 Dec 2013
R$ 0.10 (+0.30%)
|Market Cap (Mil.):||R$ 185,303.91|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||5,365.30|
MEXICO CITY, Dec 5 - Brazilian stocks rose for the first time in four days on Thursday, buoyed by steelmakers on a report they are seeking to hike prices, while miner Vale climbed after announcing plans to sell a stake in its coal operations.
(Adds comments from Vale CEO, details and comments on Serra Sul project and on Vale iron ore strategy)
(Adds J.C. Penney, Exillon, Credit Suisse, Precision, Telecom Italia, Alcatel-Lucent, Banca Popolare, Catalyst Capital, Galenika, GDF Suez, Vale, PostNL, TNT, Wencor, Sky Deutschland, Czech Airlines, LTS Lohmann, Repsol, Chanel; Updates BNP Paribas)
Dec 5 - Brazil's Vale SA ability to expand iron ore output at its giant Carajas mine complex in the Brazilian Amazon will be limited by rail capacity even after it resolves ecological and archaeological preservation issues related to mine-site caves, Jose Carlos Martins, the company's iron ore chief said in London on Thursday.
By Brad Haynes and Silvio Cascione SAO PAULO, Dec 3 - Brazil's economy contracted in the third quarter for the first time since early 2009 as a steep drop in investment showed flagging confidence in what was recently one of the world's most attractive emerging markets. The economy shrank 0.5 percent between July and September from the prior three months, government statistics agency IBGE said on Tuesday, missing forecasts in what has become a disappointing routine over the last
SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 2 - Vale SA lowered its investment budget for a third straight year as the world's No. 2 mining company bolstered efforts to focus expansion on its main iron ore business.
SAO PAULO - Vale SA's tax settlement with the Brazilian government will cost the world's No. 1 iron ore producer the equivalent of 1 percent of annual revenue for the next 15 years, executives said on a conference call on Monday.
SAO PAULO, Dec 2 - Vale SA's tax settlement with the Brazilian government will cost the world's No. 1 iron ore producer the equivalent of 1 percent of annual revenue for the next 15 years, executives said on a conference call on Monday.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 2 - Brazilian global mining group Vale SA expects the global iron ore supply to rise, starting in 2014, and the international market will be able to absorb the increase, the company's iron ore chief, Jose Carlos Martins, told investors in New York on Monday.
SAO PAULO, Dec 2 - Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA said on Monday its board approved a 2014 investment budget of $14.8 billion, with 80 percent going to develop new iron ore project and logistics.
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