- Market Capitalization, $K 57,180,356
- Shares Outstanding, K 5,128,283
- Annual Sales, $ 36,575 M
- Annual Income, $ 6,860 M
- 60-Month Beta 1.16
- Price/Sales 1.57
- Price/Cash Flow 4.49
- Price/Book 1.35
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-0.20 (-1.73%)since 09/20/19
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-2.66 (-18.95%)since 07/19/19
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-3.88 (-25.43%)since 10/19/18
Vale S.A's (VALE) iron ore production numbers in the third quarter exhibit a sequential improvement as mines shut in the wake of the Brumadinho disaster resumed operations.
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Vale S.A (VALE) anticipates annual outflow associated with taking down risky dams, repairing environment and compensation to peak at $1.5-$2.1 billion next year before declining through 2022.
Vale (VALE) remains on track to meet its guidance of sales of iron ore and pellets of 307 million to 332 million ton for 2019 despite a partial suspension of operations at Brucutu mine.
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Declining debt levels and focus on improving quality, productivity and lowering costs in the iron ore business will drive Vale's (VALE) growth despite the impact of the Brumadinho disaster.
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Vale's (VALE) second quarter marked its second consecutive quarterly loss owing to the Brumadinho dam disaster.
Despite lower iron production on account of the Brumadinho dam rupture, higher iron ore prices are likely to buoy Vale's (VALE) second-quarter earnings and revenues.
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