Last 1,167 GBp
Change Today +10.00 / 0.86%
Volume 7.8M
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anglo american plc (AAL) Snapshot

Open
1,189 GBp
Previous Close
1,157 GBp
Day High
1,201 GBp
Day Low
1,159 GBp
52 Week High
05/13/14 - 1,679 GBp
52 Week Low
12/16/14 - 1,076 GBp
Market Cap
16.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
6.9M
EPS TTM
0.08 GBp
Shares Outstanding
1.4B
EX-Date
03/19/15
P/E TM
242.3x
Dividend
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Dividend Yield
4.84%
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anglo american plc (AAL) Details

Anglo American plc, together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in exploring, mining, processing, and smelting bulk commodities, base metals, and precious metals and minerals worldwide. The company offers iron ore, manganese ore, and alloys; metallurgical coal; thermal coal; copper and nickel base metals; niobium and phosphates; platinum group metals; and rough and polished diamonds. It also provides heavy building materials, such as aggregates, asphalt, mortar, and ready-mixed concrete. The company also exports its products. Anglo American plc was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

98,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/21/14
Founded in 1917

anglo american plc (AAL) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director a...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.1M GBP
Finance Director, Executive Director and Chai...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.7M GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

anglo american plc (AAL) Key Developments

Anglo American Seeks Buyer For Its Mines

Anglo American plc (LSE:AAL) is looking for a buyer to sell two of its export thermal coal mines in Australia. The company will sell the Callide and Dartbrook mines as part of plans to invest only in assets that can generate top quality coals from a low position on the cost curve.

Anglo American Announces Job Cuts

Anglo American is planning to sell off some of its global assets and further reduce staff to deal with a growing debt. The company has cut their global leadership team by 37% and reduced its staff number by 17% across all its open cut mines. Another 60,000 jobs will have to go from a workforce of 162,000 staff and contractors worldwide.

Anglo American Seeks To Sell Off Its Assets

Anglo American plc (LSE:AAL) is planning to sell off assets will be revealed at its investor day for 2014, which will take place on December 9, 2014. Anglo American has previously announced that it is looking to sell off assets at a number of sites, including some of its oldest platinum mines in South Africa. Further planned sales include its copper mines in Chile and its Brazilbased nickel assets. It is also seeking buyers for two of its Australian coal assets that is Queensland's Callide and NSW's Dartbrook.

 

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Valuation AAL Industry Range
Price/Earnings 100.0x
Price/Sales 0.8x
Price/Book 0.7x
Price/Cash Flow 248.5x
TEV/Sales 0.8x
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