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Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd (IMPJ.J)

IMPJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

2,112.00ZAc
22 Jun 2018
Change (% chg)

45.00 (+2.18%)
Prev Close
2,067.00
Open
2,200.00
Day's High
2,200.00
Day's Low
2,064.00
Volume
1,520,735
Avg. Vol
3,361,863
52-wk High
4,799.00
52-wk Low
1,784.00

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About

Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) is a producer and supplier of platinum group metals (PGMs) to industrial economies. The Company's segments include mining (which includes Impala, Zimplats, Marula and Afplats), refining services (which include metals purchased and toll refined), chrome processing and other. The Company,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.36
Market Cap(Mil.): R27,114.05
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 735.10
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  IMPJ.J Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 11.93 356.29
EPS (TTM): -11.44 -- --
ROI: -11.82 -1.67 10.65
ROE: -16.01 -3.18 13.82

PRECIOUS-Gold prices gain as U.S.-China trade spat stokes safe-haven buying

* 'Risk-off' sentiment sends Asian shares to over 6-month low * Spot gold may bounce to resistance at $1,290/oz -technicals * Platinum hits 6-month low (Adds comment, detail; updates prices) By Apeksha Nair BENGALURU, June 19 Gold prices rose on Tuesday, supported by safe-haven buying as an escalating trade spat between the United States and China sparked a sell-off in equity markets. Spot gold was up 0.2 percent at $1,280.29 an ounce by 0640 GMT.

19 Jun 2018

PRECIOUS-Gold prices slip as investors eye riskier assets

* Easing geopolitical risk negative for gold - analyst * SPDR gold holdings down 0.4 pct on Monday * Platinum edges up from five-month low hit on Monday (Updates prices) By Apeksha Nair BENGALURU, May 22 Gold prices dipped slightly on Tuesday, hovering not far off a 2018 low struck in the previous session as a firm dollar near five-month highs and optimism in global markets curbed appetite for the precious metal. Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,2

22 May 2018

PRECIOUS-Gold jumps as possible global trade war shakes markets

* U.S. tariffs could hit up to $60 bln of Chinese goods * Trump signs spending bill, but after veto threat * Global stocks, U.S. dollar fall * Gold up 2.8 percent this week * Platinum's discount to gold at highest since 1985 (Updates prices, headline; adds comment, additional byline NEW YORK to dateline) By Renita D. Young and Peter Hobson NEW YORK/LONDON, March 23 Gold prices surged to a one-month high on Friday as the threat of a global trade war sent

23 Mar 2018

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