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Vale S.A. (VALE)

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11.09-0.04 (-0.36%)
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Previous Close11.13
Bid0.00 x 45900
Ask0.00 x 38500
Day's Range11.04 - 11.26
52 Week Range6.49 - 13.67
Avg. Volume29,248,676
Market Cap56.891B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)95.60
EPS (TTM)0.12
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.69 (6.20%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep. 22, 2020
1y Target Est15.49
  • Vale Is Ramping Up Faster Than Thought in New Blow to Iron Bulls

    Vale Is Ramping Up Faster Than Thought in New Blow to Iron Bulls

    (Bloomberg) -- Vale SA produced more iron ore than expected last quarter amid a record haul at its newer mines in northern Brazil, in the latest sign of rising supplies that have stalled a rally in prices.The Rio de Janeiro-based company reported third-quarter production of 88.7 million metric tons, its best result in almost two years and ahead of the 85.7 million-ton average estimate among six analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.Futures of the steelmaking ingredient have slipped almost 8% since hitting a six-year high in mid-September as shipments out of top-producing nations Brazil and Australia increase ahead of a seasonal slowdown in Chinese demand.Vale is navigating legal and pandemic obstacles in its recovery from the Brumadinho dam collapse that cost 270 lives and its title of world’s top producer. Accelerating second-half output has it on track to hit an annual target of 310 million tons, Chief Financial Officer Luciano Siani Pires said earlier this month.“Vale showing they can operate at these rates of production for a sustained quarter is likely to be negative for consensus iron ore forecasts,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Tyler Broda wrote. “This said, we continue to see potential for deficit iron ore markets in 2021 should Chinese steel growth stay even modestly positive off of 2020.”Even after the recent pullback, iron ore prices are 27% above where they started the year amid strong Chinese demand. Vale was raised to an investment-grade credit rating by Moody’s early this month and has reinstated dividends after cases of Covid-19 among staff stabilized. Its Sao Paulo shares are up about 16% this year.To be sure, not all of Vale’s output is hitting the market immediately, with the company expected to replenish inventories along the supply chain, including in Asian distribution centers, said Bradesco analyst Thiago Lofiego. Sales volume was just 65.8 million tons in the third quarter.Vale’s nickel production slumped 21% from April-June, mainly because of maintenance work that was rescheduled from previous quarters. Copper output was up slightly quarter on quarter but down 11% from a year earlier. Coal also improved from the second quarter but was down 40% in the year-ago comparison.Vale is scheduled to report quarterly earnings after the close of regular trading on Oct. 28, with calls the following morning.(Adds comment from analyst in fifth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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    Brazil's Vale enters JV to expand Chinese port - filing

    Brazilian miner Vale SA said its board has approved a joint venture of unit Vale International with China's Zhoushan Port Company Ltd to build and operate Project West III in the port of Shulanghu, according a securities filing on Friday. Vale said the port project expansion will demand multi-annual investments of about $624 million, adding it will have 50% of of the joint venture.

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    Canada nickel miners burnish green credentials in EV rush

    Mineral-rich Canada has potential to become a preferred supplier of cleaner nickel to power electric vehicles (EV), miners say, as automakers scour the globe for more environmentally friendly supplies of the metal. Miners from industry giant Vale SA to junior explorers Canada Nickel Co Inc and FPX Nickel Corp are touting low-carbon nickel in hopes of wooing automakers who have stepped up scrutiny of mining practices for key metals used in batteries, from cobalt to copper and lithium. "We think it’s a big plus for us," said Mark Selby, Chief Executive of Canada Nickel, which is hoping to develop a "zero-carbon footprint" nickel-cobalt project in northern Ontario.