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Vale SA (VALE5.SA)

VALE5.SA on Sao Paolo Stock Exchange

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VALE5.SA

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About

Vale S.A. (Vale) is a metals and mining company. The Company is also a producer of iron ore and iron ore pellets, and nickel. The Company's segments include Ferrous minerals, Coal, Base metals, Fertilizers and Others. Its Ferrous minerals segment consists of the production and extraction of ferrous minerals, as iron ore, pellets... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.27
Market Cap(Mil.): R$ 75,198.45
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,244.32
Dividend: 0.37
Yield (%): 7.05

Financials

  VALE5.SA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 21.70 28.59
EPS (TTM): -5.50 -- --
ROI: -10.15 -6.58 8.63
ROE: -20.11 -10.04 9.56

Brazil extends $850 million emergency loan to Rio for Olympics

BRASILIA Brazil's government authorized an emergency transfer of 2.9 billion reais ($850 million/579.2 million pounds) on Tuesday for the cash-strapped state of Rio de Janeiro to help pay for infrastructure projects and security for the Olympic Games in August.

22 Jun 2016

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Samarco, owners hire banks for debt talks -source

SAO PAULO, June 20 Brazilian mining company Samarco Mineração SA and owners Vale SA and BHP Billiton Plc have hired banks to sound out creditors on a potential renegotiation of $3.8 billion in debt, after a deadly dam spill led to the shutdown of a key mine, a source with direct knowledge of the plan said on Monday.

21 Jun 2016

Brazil's Samarco, owners hire banks for debt talks -source

SAO PAULO, June 20 Brazilian mining company Samarco Mineração SA and owners Vale SA and BHP Billiton Plc have hired banks to sound out creditors on a potential renegotiation of $3.8 billion in debt, after a deadly dam spill led to the shutdown of a key mine, a source with direct knowledge of the plan said on Monday.

21 Jun 2016

Brazil plans emergency funds for Rio ahead of Olympics - source

BRASILIA The Brazilian government plans to transfer 2.9 billion reais ($849 million) in emergency funds to the state of Rio de Janeiro to pay for infrastructure and security during the Olympic Games, a government official told Reuters on Saturday.

18 Jun 2016

Brazil plans emergency funds for Rio ahead of Olympics - source

BRASILIA, June 18 The Brazilian government plans to transfer 2.9 billion reais ($849 million) in emergency funds to the state of Rio de Janeiro to pay for infrastructure and security during the Olympic Games, a government official told Reuters on Saturday.

18 Jun 2016

Exclusive: Mosaic eyes Vale's fertilizer business, sources say

SAO PAULO Mosaic Co, the world's top producer of concentrated phosphate, has entered talks to buy Vale SA's fertilizer unit, in a renewed push to grow in South America and Africa, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

18 Jun 2016

CORRECTED-Vale will not support Samarco if unable to resume operations

SAO PAULO, June 16 Brazilian mining company Vale SA will not financially support Samarco, a joint venture with BHP Billiton, if the company is not able to resume operations, Vale's head of investor relations said on Thursday.

16 Jun 2016

Vale-BHP's Samarco no longer sees operations resuming this year

RIO DE JANEIRO Brazilian miner Samarco, a joint venture between Vale SA and BHP Billiton, no longer expects to resume mining operations this year, Benedito Waldson, the company's head of human resources told Reuters on Wednesday.

16 Jun 2016

Vale-BHP's Samarco no longer sees operations resuming this year

RIO DE JANEIRO, June 15 Brazilian miner Samarco, a joint venture between Vale SA and BHP Billiton , no longer expects to resume mining operations this year, Benedito Waldson, the company's head of human resources told Reuters on Wednesday.

16 Jun 2016

UPDATE 1-Brazil judge dismisses $5.7 bln civil suit against Samarco -Vale

BRASILIA, June 13 Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA said on Monday that a 20 billion reais ($5.7 billion) civil lawsuit seeking environmental and property damages for last year's deadly Samarco mine disaster has been dismissed.

14 Jun 2016

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