ANTO.L - Antofagasta plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
897.40
-6.20 (-0.69%)
As of 12:39PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close903.60
Open900.20
Bid897.20 x 0
Ask897.60 x 0
Day's range890.80 - 907.00
52-week range575.00 - 993.80
Volume518,275
Avg. volume2,583,729
Market cap8.847B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)13.58
EPS (TTM)66.10
Earnings date20 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (1.27%)
Ex-dividend date23 Apr 2020
1y target est11.28
  • Copper producer Antofagasta warns of bigger hit from Chile protests
    Reuters

    Copper producer Antofagasta warns of bigger hit from Chile protests

    Two weeks ago, Antofagasta said the protests could cut its production for the year by about 5,000 tonnes, equivalent to less than 3% of third quarter output, due to delays in supplies and travel disruptions for workers. The London-listed miner said it now expects annual copper production of 750,000 to 770,000 tonnes compared with a prior forecast of 750,000 to 790,000 tonnes. The revised forecast also includes a loss of about 4,000 tonnes from worker strikes at its Antucoya mine that Antofagasta said have ended.

  • Copper miner Antofagasta says unrest in Chile to hit output
    Reuters

    Copper miner Antofagasta says unrest in Chile to hit output

    The company, whose flagship mine Los Pelambres is 240 km north-east of Chilean capital Santiago, said the unrest could lead to problems with delivering supplies and employees to site and could hit output to the tune of about 5,000 tonnes. The capital of the country has seen thousands of people holding successive, peaceful demonstrations this week, demanding an end to low wages and a high cost of living. Antofagasta, which operates four mines in the South American country, reported third-quarter production of 197,000 tonnes, up from 188,300 tonnes in the year-ago period, but 0.8% lower than the previous quarter.

  • Reuters

    Antofagasta quarterly copper production jumps on flagship mine expansion

    The FTSE 100 company reduced its annual forecast for net cash cost, a measure of cost of production per pound of copper produced, to $1.25 per pound as it expects to benefit from a weaker Chilean peso and higher by-product prices. Antofagasta, which is majority-owned by Chile's Luksic family, primarily mines copper with by-products of gold, molybdenum and silver. The company said copper production for the quarter was 198,600 tonnes compared with 163,200 tonnes, a year earlier and maintained its full-year copper production forecast of 750-790,000 tonnes.