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RIO Jan 2024 57.500 call

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20.900.00 (0.00%)
As of 09:55AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close20.90
Expire Date2024-01-19
Day's Range20.90 - 20.90
Contract RangeN/A
Open InterestN/A
  • Reuters

    Rio Tinto apologises after contractor loses radioactive capsule in Australia

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Rio Tinto Ltd's iron ore division chief Simon Trott apologised on Monday after a contractor hired by the mining giant lost a radioactive capsule in transit in Western Australia, sparking a radiation alert across parts of the state. It is unclear how long the radioactive capsule, part of a gauge used to measure the density of iron ore feed, has been lost. It left Rio's Gudai-Darri mine site on Jan. 12 and Rio said it was told by the contractor that the capsule was missing on Jan. 25.

  • Bloomberg

    Rio Tinto Has Lost Radioactive Capsule in West Australian Desert

    (Bloomberg) -- Rio Tinto Group has lost a “highly radioactive” capsule somewhere along a 1,400-kilometer (870-mile) highway through the Western Australian desert.Most Read from BloombergAdani Tries to Calm Investors With 413-Page Hindenburg RebuttalRussia Can’t Replace the Energy Market Putin BrokeFed Set to Shrink Rate Hikes Again as Inflation SlowsUkraine Latest: Russian Missile Hit on Kharkiv Building ReportedBed Bath & Beyond Customers Confront Empty Shelves Ahead of Looming Bankruptcy“We ar

  • Reuters

    Mongolia calls on Rio Tinto to keep budget for giant copper mine in check

    Mongolia has asked Rio Tinto, its partner in the huge Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine in the Gobi desert, not to further increase its estimated $7.06 billion budget for the project's expansion, its mining minister told Reuters. The two partners have only just ended a long-running tussle over the underground expansion of the mine, which is behind schedule and over budget, with Rio last year agreeing to waive $2.4 billion in debt owed to it by the government and commit to a structure that did not require additional loan financing. "The government has asked Rio Tinto to not increase the budget," J. Ganbaatar, the minister for mining and heavy industries, told Reuters on Jan. 16 in a video interview.