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Anglo American Share Price (AAL)

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Price 1,788.40on 23-02-2018 at 16:30:00
Change 0.00 -0.64%
Buy 1,789.40
Sell 1,788.80
Buy / Sell AAL Shares
Last Trade: Sell 7,514 at 1,787.656p
Day's Volume: 5,184,086
Last Close: 1,788.40p
Open: 1,800.00p
Day's Range 1,766.00p - 1,814.80p
52wk Range: 950.10p - 1,814.80p
Market Capitalisation: £25,135m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 1,405m

Recent Trades History Anglo American (AAL)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*7,5141,787.65618:38:21 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*15,3671,790.34717:58:56 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*2,9501,798.1017:58:36 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*37,0091,801.50317:53:00 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*15,6871,798.7517:52:22 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*2351,793.75417:52:24 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*5,2361,791.08117:52:24 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*10,2161,799.93117:52:24 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*2001,791.03817:49:00 - 23-Feb-18
Buy*2,0821,794.7617:48:51 - 23-Feb-18

Share Price History for Anglo American

Time period:
Date Open High Low Close Volume
23rd Feb 2018 (Fri)1,800.001,814.801,766.001,788.404,981,302
22nd Feb 2018 (Thu)1,755.001,806.001,700.001,800.009,162,126
21st Feb 2018 (Wed)1,744.201,813.401,735.801,796.609,204,365
20th Feb 2018 (Tue)1,729.001,746.201,711.001,739.805,072,634
19th Feb 2018 (Mon)1,761.001,768.601,720.001,727.403,870,210
16th Feb 2018 (Fri)1,740.601,752.801,722.001,748.606,297,876
15th Feb 2018 (Thu)1,747.401,755.601,703.801,726.006,268,411
14th Feb 2018 (Wed)1,682.001,712.401,654.401,693.406,254,844
13th Feb 2018 (Tue)1,659.001,688.601,652.201,670.404,083,377
12th Feb 2018 (Mon)1,631.601,665.801,621.201,642.404,481,684
9th Feb 2018 (Fri)1,592.001,627.801,579.401,604.405,680,001
8th Feb 2018 (Thu)1,618.001,627.601,590.401,594.007,288,022
7th Feb 2018 (Wed)1,666.401,670.801,624.201,641.207,672,527
6th Feb 2018 (Tue)1,584.601,695.001,572.001,641.0010,348,121
5th Feb 2018 (Mon)1,638.801,685.601,622.801,653.606,976,748
2nd Feb 2018 (Fri)1,697.801,707.601,642.201,648.007,204,132
1st Feb 2018 (Thu)1,715.001,727.601,674.201,690.004,589,908
31st Jan 2018 (Wed)1,716.401,732.401,697.401,708.606,156,922
30th Jan 2018 (Tue)1,727.801,730.801,701.601,716.405,948,798
29th Jan 2018 (Mon)1,741.601,769.401,740.001,756.004,113,535
26th Jan 2018 (Fri)1,726.401,747.401,722.001,734.604,239,697
25th Jan 2018 (Thu)1,757.801,768.201,724.401,733.205,018,405

AAL - Anglo American Investor Summary

Anglo American is one of the world's largest mining companies, although it has diversified into other markets since its inception. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 share price index. The company has operations in a diverse portfolio of mining interests. It currently operates in precious materials (platinum and diamonds); base metals (copper, nickel, zinc and phosphates), ferrous metals (manganese, iron ore and steel), coal, and industrial minerals.

In 2007, the company had a total operating profit of over $10 billion (US) with earnings of almost $6 billion (US). Base metals is the most significant part of the company and accounts for 45% of the group's operating profit, followed by platinum which accounts for 28% of the group's operating profit. The company's diamond division is operated through De Beers in which it holds a 45% shareholding. The company is a leader in platinum production and accounts for more than a third of the world's new platinum production. The company's industrial minerals division comprises Tarmac, the UK based highway and construction materials contractor, which itself had divested its construction arm prior to joining Anglo American. In 2005 the company sought to rationalise and streamline its business portfolio and followed this by disposing of Boart Longyear, Samancor Chrome, Highveld Steel and Vanadium shortly afterwards. As well as this, Anglo American reduced its stake in Anglo American Ashanti, Exxaro, and the demerger of Mondi, the group's paper and packing interest.

News about Anglo American (AAL)

Oil and Mining Stocks Hamper FTSE 100

News - Thursday, November 16, 2017

The UK’s leading index slipped to a six-week low last week, dragged down by declining mining and oil stocks. The FTSE 100 dropped to its lowest level since the beginning of October, with Glencore, Anglo American, Shell and BP all struggling. The falls came after global oil prices dropped by more than 1%, down to $61.40 a barrel, with other commodities also trending downwards. Oil prices had already fallen on Tuesday, with warnings coming from the International Energy Association that demand was slowing down and stockpiles were increasing....

Parker Review into FTSE 100 Diversity

News - Thursday, October 12, 2017

The Parker Review Committee, headed by Sir John Parker, has set formal targets for FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 companies to achieve better diversity when it comes to ethnic minorities in the boardroom....

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