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Rio Tinto plc

RIO.L

Latest Trade

5,038.00GBp

Change

-73.00(-1.43%)

Volume

3,350,617

Today's Range

5,002.00

 - 

5,089.00

52 Week Range

4,252.50

 - 

6,788.00

As of on the London Stock Exchange (LON) ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
5,111.00
Open
5,050.00
Volume
3,350,617
3M AVG Volume
57.41
Today's High
5,089.00
Today's Low
5,002.00
52 Week High
6,788.00
52 Week Low
4,252.50
Shares Out (MIL)
1,619.09
Market Cap (MIL)
81,034.40
Forward P/E
4.90
Dividend (Yield %)
9.99

Next Event

Q3 2021 Rio Tinto PLC Operations Review

Latest Developments

More

Rio Tinto and Palaszczuk Government Signed Cooperation

Rio Tinto Ltd Reaches New Labour Agreement For BC Works (Kitimat)

Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore Rail Cars To Be Built In Western Australia To Boost Local Jobs

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About Rio Tinto plc

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.

Industry

Metal Mining

Contact Info

6 St. James's Square

SW1Y 4AD

United Kingdom

+44.20.77812000

http://www.riotinto.com/

Executive Leadership

Simon Robert Thompson

Executive Chairman of the Board

Jakob Stausholm

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Peter Lloyd Cunningham

Chief Financial Officer

Bold Baatar

Chief Executive - Rio Tinto Copper

Sinead Kaufman

Chief Executive - Rio Tinto Minerals

Key Stats

2.42 mean rating - 24 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

40.5K

2019

43.2K

2020

44.6K

2021(E)

64.2K
EPS (USD)

2018

5.123

2019

6.360

2020

7.700

2021(E)

13.747
Price To Earnings (TTM)
5.81
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.90
Price To Book (MRQ)
2.05
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
4.52
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
25.50
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
24.45
Return on Investment (TTM)
25.52
Return on Equity (TTM)
21.30

Latest News

Latest News

Rio Tinto cuts 2021 iron ore shipments forecast on labour squeeze

Rio Tinto Group on Friday reduced its 2021 iron ore shipments forecast, as a tighter labour market in Western Australia delayed the completion of a new greenfield mine at Gudai-Darri.

Turquoise Hill raises funding estimate for Mongolia mine by $1.2 billion

Canadian miner Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd said on Thursday the estimated additional funding required for the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia was now $1.2 billion higher than previously expected due to some delays.

FTSE 100 drops on rising inflation concerns; miners, travel weigh

Miners and travel stocks pressured London's FTSE 100 index on Tuesday, with investors also worried about higher energy costs, supply chain disruptions and a looming rate hike crimping economic recovery.

The world needs Simandou iron ore, Rio Tinto CEO says

The world needs Guinea's massive Simandou iron ore deposit to be developed, Rio Tinto's chief executive said on Thursday, despite uncertainty in Guinea after last month's coup.

Rio Tinto and Canadian union reach labour deal for British Columbia ops

Rio Tinto and Canadian union Unifor have reached a labour agreement in principle for the global miner's operations in the western Canadian province of British Columbia, the company said on Sunday.

Fortescue sets up new mining pact with Aboriginal group

Fortescue Metals Group has reached a deal with the Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation (WGAC) to oversee development of new mines at its Solomon Hub iron ore operations in Western Australia, the groups said in a statement.

Serbian protesters demand more action to stop industrial pollution

About 2,000 protesters marched through Belgrade on Saturday to urge Serbia's government to do more to prevent industrial pollution, and some denounced plans by Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto to develop a lithium mine.

Rio played down Australian heritage damage at inquiry - Aboriginal group

An executive with mining company Rio Tinto has played down damage to Indigenous Australian heritage, an Aboriginal group said on Thursday, in a submission to an inquiry into widespread destruction of sites of cultural significance.

Aboriginal group files U.N. complaint over heritage bill

A group of Aboriginal people has filed a complaint to the United Nations over Western Australia's draft heritage protection laws, more than a year after a public outcry over the destruction of culturally significant rock shelters by Rio Tinto.

Aboriginal group files U.N. complaint over heritage bill

A group of Aboriginal people has filed a complaint to the United Nations over Western Australia's draft heritage protection laws, more than a year after miner Rio Tinto legally destroyed historically and culturally significant rock shelters.

Rio Tinto yet to pay compensation over sacred site destruction

Mining giant Rio Tinto is yet to pay compensation to the Aboriginal group whose ancient rock shelters it destroyed for an iron ore mine in Western Australia last year, company officials told a parliamentary inquiry Friday.

Rio Tinto yet to pay compensation over sacred site destruction

Mining giant Rio Tinto is yet to pay compensation to the Aboriginal group whose ancient rock shelters it destroyed at one of its iron ore sites in Western Australia last year, company officials told a parliamentary inquiry Friday.

Rio Tinto-led plan for major lithium mine stirs protests in Serbia

Four years from now, fields in the Jadar river valley in western Serbia where Djorjde Kapetanovic grows corn and soy to feed his cattle will be turned into a waste dump for Europe's biggest lithium mine.

UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto resumes operations at Richards Bay project in South Africa

Rio Tinto said on Tuesday it has restarted operations at its Richards Bay Minerals project in South Africa after a furnace in July was shut down as the supply of raw materials was affected.

New draft law won't protect our sites, say Aboriginal groups

Aboriginal protesters on Thursday sharply criticised revisions to Western Australia's heritage laws, saying that, under the proposed changes, their traditional lands remained exposed to the risk of being destroyed by developers.

Australian Aboriginal groups to get more say over heritage protection

Australian Aboriginal groups will be consulted more widely but gain no veto over development projects on their traditional lands, under proposed changes to laws in the state where miner Rio Tinto destroyed ancient rock shelters last year.

Australia stocks end flat as Rio Tinto, CBA offset early gains

Australian shares ended little changed on Thursday as losses in Commonwealth Bank and Rio Tinto tempered gains driven by robust blue-chip earnings and gold miners.

Oyu Tolgoi review raises doubts over Rio Tinto stance on cost overruns

Turquoise Hill Resources said an independent review of$1.4 billion in cost overruns at the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia suggested that the project's troubles were not caused by the geology issues that mine operator Rio Tinto blamed https://www.reuters.com/article/us-rio-tinto-output-idUKKCN1UA2HH...

Rio Tinto mismanagement caused cost overrun at Mongolian mine - WSJ

An expert group reviewing the cause of a $1.4 billion cost overrun at a Mongolian mine run by Rio Tinto said it was caused by the miner's mismanagement, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing a report.

GFG Alliance settles disputes with Tata and Rio Tinto

The GFG Alliance owned by commodities tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has settled disputes with Tata Steel and Rio Tinto, it said on Thursday as it makes progress in refinancing after its main lender collapsed.

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