VALE - Vale S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
13.74
-0.26 (-1.86%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT

13.75 +0.01 (0.07%)
After hours: 5:21PM EDT

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Previous close14.00
Open13.74
Bid13.70 x 600
Ask13.80 x 200
Day's range13.65 - 13.95
52-week range7.47 - 14.67
Volume15,413,664
Avg. volume24,863,974
Market cap71.648B
Beta1.97
PE ratio (TTM)13.66
EPS (TTM)1.01
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.28 (2.14%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-07
1y target est14.45
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  • BHP Trims Iron Ore Guidance—How Iron Ore Prices Could Respond
    Market Realist4 days ago

    BHP Trims Iron Ore Guidance—How Iron Ore Prices Could Respond

    On April 18, BHP Billiton (BHP) released its operational review of the nine months ended March 2018. Iron ore (PICK) volumes are key to BHP Billiton’s revenues and earnings, as iron ore is the largest commodity produced by the company.

  • Why Commodity Stocks Surged on April 18—All You Need to Know
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    Why Commodity Stocks Surged on April 18—All You Need to Know

    April 18, 2018, belonged to commodity stocks (COMT), some of which saw their highest one-day gains in months. Among the iron ore and diversified companies, Glencore (GLNCY) surged 7.7%, and Anglo American (AAUKY) saw price gains of 6.2%. BHP Billiton (BHP), Rio Tinto (RIO), Vale SA (VALE), and Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) rose 3.3%, 4.0%, 4.2%, and 4.4%, respectively.

  • BHP Billiton (BHP) Lowers Iron-Ore Production View for FY18
    Zacks4 days ago

    BHP Billiton (BHP) Lowers Iron-Ore Production View for FY18

    BHP Billiton (BHP) trims iron-ore output guidance for fiscal 2018. Northward movement in the price of this major steel-making product is expected to drive the company's performance.

  • Is Vale S.A. (VALE) a Great Stock for Value Investors?
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    Is Vale S.A. (VALE) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

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  • Why the Closure of CLF’s Australian Operations Could Be Positive
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Why the Closure of CLF’s Australian Operations Could Be Positive

    Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) announced on April 6, 2018, that it expects to close its Australian operations by June 30, 2018. The main factors driving this decision were as follows: the increasingly discounted prices for lower-content iron ore the quality of the remaining iron ore reserves at its Asia-Pacific operations the lack of a legitimate offer from a qualified buyer

  • Why Cliffs’ Asia-Pacific Segment Could Disappoint Again in 1Q18
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Why Cliffs’ Asia-Pacific Segment Could Disappoint Again in 1Q18

    While Cleveland-Cliffs’ (CLF) Asia-Pacific Iron Ore (or APIO) segment doesn’t contribute much to its revenue and earnings, it still accounts for many of its stock price movements via changes in seaborne iron ore prices.

  • US-China Trade War and Copper: Is there a Connection?
    Market Realist11 days ago

    US-China Trade War and Copper: Is there a Connection?

    Firstly, as China is the world’s largest copper consumer, anything negative for the Chinese economy is a bearish driver for industrial metals. BHP Billiton (BHP), Vale (VALE), and Rio Tinto (RIO) rely heavily on China’s metal appetite. A US-China trade war could impact the Chinese economy.

  • Should Vale’s Valuation Be Re-Rated?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Should Vale’s Valuation Be Re-Rated?

    During Vale Day on December 6, 2017, Vale (VALE) CFO (chief financial officer) Luciano Siani Pires said that the company deserves a valuation re-rating due to its improved predictability, transparency, and better governance practices. Currently, Vale has a forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) multiple of 5.7x, 10.0% lower than its five-year average.

  • Could Vale Benefit from Electric Vehicle Demand?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Could Vale Benefit from Electric Vehicle Demand?

    Vale (VALE) is optimistic about the growing popularity of electric vehicles. Vale’s executive director of base metals, Jennifer Maki, said the market forecast suggests that electric vehicles could represent 7%–20% of the global auto market by 2025, up from 1% in 2017. The company wants to preserve its optionality in nickel ahead of the expected boom in electric vehicles (TSLA).

  • How Vale Could Benefit from China’s Switch to Higher-Quality Ore
    Market Realist13 days ago

    How Vale Could Benefit from China’s Switch to Higher-Quality Ore

    Vale (VALE) believes that China’s fight against pollution has led to a huge variance between low-grade and high-grade material. It also expects the spreads between the 62% iron ore index and lower-grade ores to remain wide.

  • Could Vale Improve Its Transparency?
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Could Vale Improve Its Transparency?

    Vale (VALE) has come a long way in its corporate governance policies and transparency. The corporate restructuring was concluded in August 2017, when Valepar was merged into Vale. This move was seen as a major governance overhaul, as it will enhance transparency and equal rights for all shareholders and reduce the potential for government interference. These steps were seen as positive by investors and the company’s stock price rose in reaction to the restructuring announcement.

  • GlobeNewswire13 days ago

    Consolidated Research: 2018 Summary Expectations for American Software, Aegon NV, Limoneira, VALE S.A, Yandex N.V, and Costamare — Fundamental Analysis, Key Performance Indications

    NEW YORK, April 10, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of ...

  • What Enabled Vale to Adopt an Aggressive Dividend Policy
    Market Realist13 days ago

    What Enabled Vale to Adopt an Aggressive Dividend Policy

    In its 1Q18 results, Vale (VALE) stated that net debt reduction has enabled it to adopt an aggressive dividend policy. Investors should note that Vale reduced its net debt from $25 billion in 2016 to $18.1 billion in 2017. It also received net proceeds of $3.7 billion from the sale of its fertilizer assets in January 2018, and the company was set to receive its Nacala Corridor project financing by March 2018.

  • All You Need to Know about Vale’s New Dividend Policy
    Market Realist14 days ago

    All You Need to Know about Vale’s New Dividend Policy

    On March 29, 2018, Vale (VALE) announced a new dividend policy set to take effect in its 1H18 results. Moody’s expects Vale to generate free cash flow of $3 billion–$4.5 billion from 2018 through 2020.

  • Vale Stock Falls: Could the Rest of the Year Be Different?
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Vale Stock Falls: Could the Rest of the Year Be Different?

    After holding firm for the first two months of the year, iron ore prices have started to give way, falling more than 20% since the beginning of March 2018. Vale (VALE) and other iron ore miners (XME) also took a tumble in March 2018. After rising 12.3% in the first two months of the year, Vale fell 7.4% in March.

  • Could Technical Indicators Mean Upside for Cliffs and Peers?
    Market Realist18 days ago

    Could Technical Indicators Mean Upside for Cliffs and Peers?

    Could Toned-Down Tariffs Help Cleveland Cliffs in 2018?

  • China’s Steel Demand Indicators Reflect Slowing Demand
    Market Realist18 days ago

    China’s Steel Demand Indicators Reflect Slowing Demand

    Could Toned-Down Tariffs Help Cleveland Cliffs in 2018?

  • Cliffs, China’s Iron Ore Demand, and Rising Steel Inventories
    Market Realist18 days ago

    Cliffs, China’s Iron Ore Demand, and Rising Steel Inventories

    Could Toned-Down Tariffs Help Cleveland Cliffs in 2018? Since China consumes more than 70% of seaborne-traded iron ore (COMT), it’s important to track its demand patterns to get a cue for prices. In this article, we’ll discuss iron ore imports and Chinese steel production to assess its future outlook.

  • Seaborne Iron Ore Prices Fall Again: Impact on Cleveland-Cliffs
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Seaborne Iron Ore Prices Fall Again: Impact on Cleveland-Cliffs

    Could Toned-Down Tariffs Help Cleveland Cliffs in 2018? After remaining firm in the first two months of 2018, iron ore prices have been tumbling lately. March 2018 turned out to be a weak month for iron ore miners (XME) and iron ore prices.

  • China’s Credit Growth Slows Down: What It Means for Iron Ore
    Market Realist21 days ago

    China’s Credit Growth Slows Down: What It Means for Iron Ore

    Aggregate financing in China (MCHI), which reflects the total funds provided by a financial system to its nonfinancial sectors and households, was ~1.2 trillion yuan in February 2018 compared to ~3.1 trillion yuan in January 2018. China’s new bank loans reached 839.3 billion yuan in February 2018 compared to a record 2.9 trillion yuan in January 2018. The M2 money supply, which includes cash, checking deposits, savings deposits, money market mutual funds, and other time deposits, grew 8.8% in February 2018 from February 2017. It was higher than 8.6% growth in January 2018 and 8.1% growth in December 2017.

  • China’s Auto Sales: Growth Remains Lackluster
    Market Realist21 days ago

    China’s Auto Sales: Growth Remains Lackluster

    Could Iron Ore and Miners Fall More amid Trade War Fears?

  • Why Rising Steel Inventory Doesn’t Bode Well for China’s Steel
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Why Rising Steel Inventory Doesn’t Bode Well for China’s Steel

    In 2017, Chinese steel prices increased ~30%. Domestic steel prices have more than doubled since their lows of late 2015. Last year, a strong demand environment led by the uptick in construction activity supported Chinese steel prices.

  • Can China’s Iron Ore Imports in 2018 Keep Pace with Last Year?
    Market Realist24 days ago

    Can China’s Iron Ore Imports in 2018 Keep Pace with Last Year?

    In yet another sign of the weakening demand for iron ore, China’s iron ore imports fell 15.7% sequentially in February 2018 and were flat year-over-year (or YoY). While seasonal demand usually returns in China in March and April, it remains to be seen if that will be the case in 2018.

  • Can Rising Iron Ore Inventories Trigger a Further Fall in Prices?
    Market Realist24 days ago

    Can Rising Iron Ore Inventories Trigger a Further Fall in Prices?

    Could Iron Ore and Miners Fall More amid Trade War Fears?

  • Iron Ore Supply Should Remain Strong: Could It Pressure Prices?
    Market Realist25 days ago

    Iron Ore Supply Should Remain Strong: Could It Pressure Prices?

    Could Iron Ore and Miners Fall More amid Trade War Fears?