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Share Price Information for Rio Tinto (RIO)


Share Price: 2,872.00Bid: 2,875.00Ask: 2,877.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rio Tinto
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 2,841.50High: 2,888.50Low: 2,808.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,872.00
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Rio Tinto Plc Ord 10P

Rio Tinto is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
Rio Tinto is part of the Mining sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
2872.00

Share Price SpacerBid
2875.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
2877.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
7,448,402

Share Price SpacerOpen
2,841.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
2,888.50

Share Price SpacerLow
2,808.00

Share Price SpacerClose
2,872.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,413.97m £40,609.07m 500

52 Week High 3,642.00 52 Week High Date 21-FEB-2014
52 Week Low 2,600.00 52 Week Low Date 16-DEC-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
15,884 5,366,272 2,072,278 23.871 120.32 120.10 4.18


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Dec-14
17:02:14
2,818.5014
359
Sell* 
2,875.00
2,877.00
10.12k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply

19-Dec-14
16:55:07
2,872.00
746
Sell* 
2,875.00
2,877.00
21.43k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

19-Dec-14
16:37:52
2,849.2075
15,092
Sell* 
2,875.00
2,877.00
430.00k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Rio Tinto (RIO)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
09-Dec-14Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Rio Tinto
Ann Godbehere held the position of Non-Executive Director at Rio Tinto at the time of this trade.
 Ann Godbehere
2847.56GBX2,1113100
01-Dec-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Rio Tinto
John Varley held the position of Non-Executive Director at Rio Tinto at the time of this trade.
 John Varley
2952.48GBX6,7009685
01-Dec-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Rio Tinto
Ann Godbehere held the position of Non-Executive Director at Rio Tinto at the time of this trade.
 Ann Godbehere
2957.72GBX1005211
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Fri 21:06
ASBURYJUKES
RE: oversold, so say HL
2,872.00
No Opinion

Have just checked and indeed Rio and glen are both down by 20% since August, 700p in the case of Rio and 80p in the case of glen, so in that comparison it is a piece of not very convincing writing, 20% each is the same.
Fri 20:52
ASBURYJUKES
RE: oversold, so say HL
2,872.00
No Opinion

Dking Thanks for the info. However imo Ivan needs to show the benefits of the xstrata tie-up first, before he starts getting takeover fever again. If any of the miners has underperformed in recent years it is glencore. With so many of their top bosses multi- millionaires as a result of the last merger and generous share options, it is worth questioning the ambition of some. Not Ivan though, as he would have made Ghegis Khan run. It may be a distraction play to divert attention from glens p..s poor sp performance over the past couple of years imo. Will be worth watching though for a t/o premium perhaps.atb
Fri 18:13
driftking27
oversold, so say HL
2,872.00
Hold

I know this a long article but thought I share. HL one of my brokers has a oversold on RIO shares, along with Royal Mail. Komodo Dragons kill their prey by nipping them in the leg with poisonous fangs and then just follow along behind, waiting for the venom to do its worst. Thus they avoid a risky scrap, but still eat well. We wouldn’t be surprised if Glencore CEO, Ivan Glasenberg knows a thing or two about Komodo Dragons. Earlier this year Glencore approached Rio Tinto but were rebuffed. That was the bite. After a while, word got out and Rio Tinto had to announce they had spurned their suitor. Rio Tinto now has to either fight its way through the venom, or succumb. Shareholders know a premium was on offer, but not shown to them. Rio Tinto must deliver, or else, could be the fund managers’ way of thinking. In common with other mining stocks Rio Tinto has been hit hard in recent weeks and the stock is now some 700p below its recent high. Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh recently described the company as a cash machine. Major investments in new capacity are coming to fruition and as he sees it, sales could start to flood whilst capital expenditure falls. Over the last decade, Rio Tinto shares have, on average, been valued at the equivalent of 3.3 times turnover. Today, the ratio stands at 2.0. The outlook for commodity prices is far from clear, but key commodities like iron ore and coal have already seen large falls. If Mr Walsh is right, Rio Tinto will have plenty of free cash flow to dispense to investors in the hope of mollifying them. But if he is wrong, he may well find that Mr Glasenberg is there, waiting at a safe distance.
Thu 17:45
Seifert
Rocal
2,813.00
No Opinion

I disagree over your argument that the recent surge in (over-) investment commodities' was merely another one of those 'cycles' that come and go. China, and the BRIC story, represented something completely different. Everyone, and I mean everyone, made an assumption that these huge populations in developing countries would move en mass at break neck speed into urban areas, thus requiring every greater quantities of commodities of all kinds, including oil. This surge was akin to a mania, and the coming glut will not more be a 'normal cyclic' correction than the recent surge in investment was normal. It set out to anticipate something that, in all probability, will occur over a greater time frame than than anticipated. RIo, BLT and Vale are doing what Saudi Arabia and its peers in OPEC are doing - trying to squeeze out over-supply. This is par of the 'new normal' and, once the speculative rallies in stocks have passed, what you really need to do is sit back and work out for yourself what is the most realistic range that you can buy Rio stock. And it's less than nothing taking note of broker's ratings. Work this one out for yourself. Good luck!
Thu 17:37
Rocal
RE: driftking
2,813.00
No Opinion

Goldenshares, I don't reckon that a RIO buy at just over 2700 is going to prove to be a bad move. First of all everybody is going by figures from China when realistically we all know that these are, by and large a work of pure fiction. Heavy commodities have always been a cyclical trade and, taken over the last ten years or so, 2700 is close to the bottom of RIO's range. It takes very little in the way of global good news to push this price back above thirty. Put more personally: I wish I was in your position; you're going to be in green figures two and a half quid sooner than I am after my last trade.
Thu 10:04
Goldenshares
driftking
2,828.50
No Opinion

Keep watching RT, waiting for 2300, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to the whole spectrum of investment strategists.

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