Vale S.A. (VALE)
|Net Income (ttm)||4.88B|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 23, 2021|
|Day's Range||14.54 - 14.94|
|52-Week Range||8.90 - 21.00|
|Price Target||21.35 (+44.5%)|
|Est. Earnings Date||Oct 28, 2021|
Vale S.A., together with its subsidiaries, produces and sells iron ore and iron ore pellets for use as raw materials in steelmaking in Brazil and internationally. The company operates through Ferrous Minerals, Base Metals, and Coal segments. The Ferrous Minerals segment produces and extracts iron ore and pellets, manganese, ferroalloys, and other ferrous products; and provides related logistic services. The Base Metals segment produces and extracts nickel and its by-products, such as copper, gold, silver, cobalt, precious metals, and others. Th... [Read more...]
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According to 22 analysts, the average rating for Vale S.A. stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 21.35, which is an increase of 44.45% from the latest price.
In the latest trading session, VALE S.A. (VALE) closed at $14.42, marking a -1.84% move from the previous day.
(Kitco News) - Today, Brazilian mining giant Vale announced the reinstatement of the term and validity of the operating license for the Onça Puma nickel mine and the immediate return to mining activitie...
The chief executive of Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA said on Thursday the company has stopped looking into a spin-off for its base metal division, a longstanding plan of the company.
Due to fire affecting a conveyor belt, Vale S.A (VALE) halts copper concentrate production at Salobo. It is expected to resume by the end of this month.
After two deadly dam disasters that made Vale SA a pariah of the global green movement, Brazil's largest mining company is striving to put the environment and climate at the heart of its business, Chief...
Vale S.A (VALE) is halting operations at its Onca Puma nickel mine after a state agency suspended its operating license due to alleged non-compliance with local regulations.
In the latest trading session, VALE S.A. (VALE) closed at $13.74, marking a -1.08% move from the previous day.
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(Kitco News) - Brazilian mining giant Vale today reported that it has started the process to halt the activities at its Onça Puma nickel mine following the notification of the suspension of the operatio...
Sudbury, Ontario, Sept. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vale informs that all 39 employees underground at its Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada have now safely returned to surface.
Sudbury, Ontario, Sept. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- For Immediate Release
Vale stock has dropped over 25% in just the last one month and currently trades close to $14.50. The sharp decline in the stock was driven by the crash in the iron ore price levels over recent weeks.
In the latest trading session, VALE S.A. (VALE) closed at $14.54, marking a +0.35% move from the previous day.
(Kitco News) - Basic food and water were provided to the miners.
Iron ore prices have lost 34% of its value year to date as China's initiatives to clean up its highly-polluting steel sector have hurt iron ore prices.
Investors need to pay close attention to Vale (VALE) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
In the latest trading session, VALE S.A. (VALE) closed at $17.62, marking a -1.18% move from the previous day.
Rio Tinto (RIO) and Caterpillar (CAT) partner to develop zero-emissions autonomous haul trucks - a testament to the initiatives taken by major companies to ensure a carbon-neutral future.
Despite the current dip in iron ore prices, demand for the steel-making ingredient will accelerate backed by the automotive and constructions sectors. This, in turn, will benefit stocks like BHP, RIO an...
Miners like BHP, VALE, RIO and NEM are investing in technology for improved front-line safety, increased production levels and efficiency while lowering their carbon footprint.
Brazilian miner Vale SA said on Thursday it had begun using self-driving trucks for the first time at its Carajas complex, its largest iron ore mining operation, as it continues to expand its use of the...