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Vale SA (VALE5.SA)

VALE5.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

29.34BRL
18 Aug 2017
Change (% chg)

R$ 0.03 (+0.10%)
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R$ 29.31
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R$ 29.90
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R$ 30.15
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R$ 29.34
Volume
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VALE5.SA

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About

Vale S.A. is a global producer of iron ore and iron ore pellets, key raw materials for steelmaking, and producer of nickel. The Company also produces copper, metallurgical and thermal coal, potash, phosphates and other fertilizer nutrients, manganese ore, ferroalloys, platinum group metals, gold, silver and cobalt. The Company's... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.57
Market Cap(Mil.): R$ 165,218.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,304.69
Dividend: 0.91
Yield (%): 2.94

Financials

  VALE5.SA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.35 33.83 49.68
EPS (TTM): 3.14 -- --
ROI: 5.74 1.11 9.48
ROE: 12.43 0.82 12.49

Vale gauges how to speed listing in strictest Brazil market

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO Bigger-than-expected shareholder support in Vale SA's stock conversion plan could lead the world's No. 1 iron ore producer to accelerate the listing of common shares in Brazil's strictest market segment and lure a boarder base of investors.

14 Aug 2017

UPDATE 2-Vale works to speed up listing in strictest Brazil market

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 14 (Reuters) - B igger-than-expected shareholder backing for Vale SA's stock conversion plan could lead the world's No. 1 iron ore producer to speed up the listing of common shares in Brazil's strictest market to lure a broader investor base.

14 Aug 2017

REFILE-UPDATE 1-Vale gauges how to speed listing in strictest Brazil market

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 14 (Reuters) - B igger-than-expected shareholder support in Vale SA's stock conversion plan could lead the world's No. 1 iron ore producer to accelerate the listing of common shares in Brazil's strictest market segment and lure a boarder base of investors.

14 Aug 2017

Vale's Novo Mercado listing could come as early as this year

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 14 Vale SA could list common shares in Brazil's strictest listing market segment as early as this year, depending on how it can convince preferred holdouts to convert their shares, executives said on Monday. (Reporting by Guillermo Parra-Bernal and Marta Nogueira; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

14 Aug 2017

Vale gauges ways to accelerate listing in strictest chapter

SAO PAULO, Aug 14 Bigger-than-expected shareholder support in Vale SA's stock conversion plan is leading the world's No. 1 iron ore producer to accelerate the listing of common shares in Brazil's strictest listing segment, executives said on Monday.

14 Aug 2017

UPDATE 1-Vale investors overwhelmingly join share conversion plan

SAO PAULO, Aug 10 Investors in Brazil's Vale SA have overwhelmingly agreed to swap their preferred stock into common shares, handling the world's No. 1 iron ore producer a victory in a plan that will give equal votes to all shareholders and limit government meddling.

11 Aug 2017

Vale reaches mininum threshold for voluntary share conversion

SAO PAULO, Aug 10 Brazilian miner Vale SA has reached a mininum threshold set for a proposed voluntary share conversion, after about 72 percent of current shareholders agreed to swap their preferred stock into common shares.

11 Aug 2017

Brazil's Vale sells two large ore carriers for $178 mln

SAO PAULO, Aug 9 Brazilian mining company Vale SA on Wednesday said it has sold two ships with a capacity to carry 400,000 tonnes of iron ore each for a total of $178 million.

10 Aug 2017

Vale CFO Siani sees share conversion plan luring more global investors

RIO DE JANEIRO A plan to merge Vale SA's different classes of stock into a single, common one should help the world's No. 1 iron ore producer lure more Asian investors and specialized mining and metals funds as shareholders, Chief Financial Officer Luciano Siani told the Reuters Latin American Investment Summit.

09 Aug 2017

Brazil suspends murder trial in Samarco disaster over possible illegal evidence

BRASILIA, Aug 7 A judge in Brazil has temporarily suspended criminal proceedings against 22 people and four companies accused of killing 19 people in the 2015 Samarco mine disaster, over the legality of phone intercepts between executives involved and other evidence.

08 Aug 2017

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