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Share Price: 4,398.00Bid: 4,399.50Ask: 4,400.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rio Tinto
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 4,316.00High: 4,427.00Low: 4,310.50Yesterday’s Close: 4,398.00


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redleader1
Posts: 3,694
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,793.50
gold
6 Jan '19
nice link from my fellow investeor over at lionsgold.

https://www.usmoneyreserve.com/blog/how-much-gold-is-in-the-world/
 
Rocket79
Posts: 2,232
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,793.50
RE: "Rio-led staking rush hits
5 Jan '19
Mining Minnow Greatland Gold GGP has also came up with some spectacular results at Paterson. More results due anytime now so next week could get very exciting. GGP Do your own research.
confluence
Posts: 151
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,741.50
out at 38:30
20 Dec '18
Got out at 38:30 yesterday
will be getting back in again soon...
great share
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,667.00
"Rio-led staking rush hits
5 Dec '18
Australia*s Paterson province."- Northern Miner, 4 Dec 2018. [John Cumming, Editor]

Link: https://twitter.com/morr101/status/1070222016148586496

Highlights
"...Observers can see drill spacing proceeding at 200-metre intervals, with selective 100-metre spacing.2

"...Rio hit Primary Copper at depth of 40 metres and then primary VISIBLE MINERALISATION down to depths of 180 metres in TWO holes, 200 metres apart..."

"Sleuths in the Australian media and mining have poured over satellite images taken of Rio ground at Paterson..."
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,559.00
TRADE WAR NEWS CHINA USA
2 Dec '18
Tom78
Posts: 1,136
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,619.00
RE: LAST WORD PROMISE
29 Nov '18
Shell is sensitive to pound / dollar movements as well. Oil goes up and down like all commodities, id say RIO is more volatile than Shell but I do hold both shares
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,566.00
LAST WORD PROMISE
28 Nov '18
For a UK investor searching for protection against pound weakness, looking for companies that earn in the dollar is a good idea," says Edward Sterck, metals and mining research analyst at BMO Capital Markets. "They represent a safe haven,
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,566.00
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
28 Nov '18
https://www.fool.co.uk/tickers/lse-rdsb/
sold out of RDSB and bought into RIO and i glad i did as last look at oil price now in low $50 a barrel
and the good news below re COPPER FIND makes buying RIO a even better investment
we may see a big drop in oil companies tomorrow if the oil price stays low
so be careful it mite look like a bargain
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,566.00
"Early mover advantage puts
28 Nov '18
Antipa in the middle of the Paterson FRENZY."- Stockhead.com.au, 19 hrs ago, Wed 28 Nov 2018

"THREE HOLES were drill testing the anomaly and that*s ALL IT TOOK to CONFIRM a POTENTIAL TIER 1 COPPER DEPOSIT." [ Refers to Rio*s rumoured big copper find at Paterson province, Western Australia]
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,629.00
latest buyback today 26/11/2018
26 Nov '18
These share purchases form part of the Company's existing share buy-back programme which is expected to be completed over the period from 27 December 2017 to 31 December 2018, details of which were announced on 21 September 2017.

In respect of this programme, Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch will make trading decisions in relation to the Company's Ordinary Shares repurchased under the buy-back programme independently of, and uninfluenced by, the Company for the period from 15 October 2018 to 31 December 2018.

Any such acquisitions will be effected within certain pre-set parameters, and in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase Ordinary Shares, Chapter 12 of the Listing Rules and the provisions of the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014/EU dealing with buy-back programmes.

Following the cancellation of the Ordinary Shares repurchased, the Company will have 1,294,037,261 Ordinary Shares in issue. To the extent that further Ordinary Shares are repurchased under the programme, these will also be cancelled.
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,629.00
buyback
26 Nov '18
One interpretation of a buyback is that the company is financially healthy and no longer needs excess equity funding. It can also be viewed by the market that management has enough confidence in the company to reinvest in itself. Share buybacks are generally seen as less risky than investing in research and development for a new technology or acquiring a competitor; it's a profitable action, as long as the company continues to grow. Investors typically see share buybacks as a positive sign for appreciation in the future. As a result, share buybacks can lead to a rush of investors buying the stock.

me bob the SP is undervalued so the company is buying it's own shares i believe daily up to the end of the year
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,624.50
OF INTEREST
26 Nov '18
(Sharecast News) - Rio Tinto has struck a deal to sell its majority stake in the Rössing mine in Namibia to China's state nuclear company.
China National Uranium Corporation will pay the world's second largest miner up to $106.5m for its entire 68.62% stake, with an initial cash payment of $6.5m on completion and the rest dependent on uranium spot prices over the coming seven years.

Rössing, the world's longest-running open pit uranium mine, currently generates roughly 3% of global supply for the radioactive metal, for which rising investor demand has drivn prices up more than 30% in the past four months.

The FTSE 100-listed company has been in talks with CNNC as it considered several strategic options for Rössing, which last year produced 4,652 klbs in total, of which Rio's share was 3,192 klbs.

Rio chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said the sale was part of the board's efforts to strengthen the portfolio by focusing on "core assets, which deliver sector leading returns in the short, medium and long term".
bob6
Posts: 746
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,642.00
NOT TO BE MISSED
23 Nov '18
I MANAGED TO GET IN AT 3660
NEWS FT
Oil prices declined for the second day in a row on Friday, hitting their lowest level in almost one year on the back of concerns over an increase in global supply.

However, analysts say a rebound could be around the corner.
Tom78
Posts: 1,136
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,642.00
RE: Back in at 36.75
23 Nov '18
More likely the fall in iron ore prices than UK politics.
confluence
Posts: 151
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,670.50
Back in at 36.75
23 Nov '18
Roller coaster - reckon markets are factoring in the crazy Brexiteers at the minute.
Soundman1
Posts: 409
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,768.00
RE: Ggp
22 Nov '18
Greatland dyor
Soundman1
Posts: 409
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,768.00
Ggp
22 Nov '18
Already covering patterson share is only 1.70 worth take looking
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,889.00
RE: Ann: AZY/RIO JV on ASX
20 Nov '18
Details of the ANN as above:

"Commencement of additional 600 km2 airborne electromagnetic survey at Citadel Project. AEM Surveys have resulted in several significant discoveries in the Paterson Province..defining EM conductors. AEM Survey was NOT included in the original Rio exploration program."

Comment: The Citadel Project is located to the right of Rio*s own licence area in Paterson Province, Western Australia. Interesting.

Link: https://hotcopper.com.au/threads/ann-citadel-project-rio-tinto-jv-additional-aem-survey.4542441/ [Tues,20 Nov 2018]
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,889.00
Ann: AZY/RIO JV on ASX
19 Nov '18
"Ann: Citadel Project Rio Tinto JV - Additional AEM Survey"- 9.24am, Tues, 20 Nov 2018.

According to investors at Antipa [AZY], the additional Aerial EM Survey was not part of the said JV?

The Citadel Project is in Paterson, Western Australia.
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,910.00
"Rio find could spark copper rush"
18 Nov '18
-The Australian, Sun 18 Nov 2018.

David Lenigas tweet: "Big article on Rio*s play in the Paterson Ranges in the Pilbara in The Australia newspaper today I see..." 55 mins ago, Sun 18 Nov 2018 @ 9.15pm
Link: https://twitter.com/DavidLenigas/status/1064252174916571136
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,810.50
RE: "Huge Pilbara copper find talk of
15 Nov '18
Interesting chatter per the Paterson geology re: Rio Tinto. As such, its a hedging play.
Thur, 15 Nov 2018 @ 3:15pm.
news
Posts: 16,564
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,868.50
"Huge Pilbara copper find talk of
7 Nov '18
town."- The Western Australian, 5 Nov 2018. Preamble: "The talk in MINING CIRCLES is that the find is Rio*s biggest in 25 years, meaning it is LARGER than Mt Isa."

No one spotted the above except Amber Mining [Strategic Mining Analyst at EY] on Twitter on Tues, 6 Nov 2018 well after the UK stock market had closed. Link: https://twitter.com/AmberMining/status/1059895057153703936 [See date stamp].

The story has now moved to the West Australian - "a leading news source in Perth and WA." https://thewest.com.au/
confluence
Posts: 151
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3,851.00
Out at 38:30
1 Nov '18
Out - back in on next drop.....................




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