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Rio Decide to Sell 50.1% Share in Coalmine

Rio Decide to Sell 50.1% Share in Coalmine

As per a new report, RIO Tinto has decided to sell its 50.1% share in the big Clermont thermal coalmine in Queensland. They decided to sell their share in the beneficial mining giant Glencore-Xstrata and Sumitomo for just over $US1 billion.

The Rio Tinto Prepared For Takeover

The Rio Tinto Prepared For Takeover

The Rio Tinto has confirmed that they are interested in the Riversdale Mining. This has increased the probability of the takeover. The FTSE 100-listed organization has assured that the takeover offer will be open till April 20. The Rio Tinto is considered as one of the Mining giants in the world.

Australian Mining Company to Extend Deadline

Australian Mining Company to Extend Deadline

On Monday, the Australian mining company Rio Tinto said it would extend its deadline until Wednesday, April 6 for the $3.9 billion offer for Riversdale Mining of Australia.

Disappointment regarding Rio’s proposal of buyback

Disappointment regarding Rio’s proposal of buyback

The proposal made by Rio Tinto has caused dissatisfaction among the investors. It has also resulted in the decline of the shares of the miners in the stock exchanges of London and Australia. In spite of bumper profits the shares of the miners have been losing grounds. There has been a huge amount of cash which has been generated as a result of booming commodities in the markets.

Rio Tinto Supplies Delayed because of Floods

Rio Tinto Supplies Delayed because of Floods

The floods currently rampaging through the state of Queensland have had a negating effect on the health of the state and its people. But, according to the latest news available, they have also affected the working of Boyne Smelters Ltd.

Rio to Try and Bid for Riversdale

Rio to Try and Bid for Riversdale

Following the takeover that Rio had auctioned way back in the year 2007, it has yet again decided to make a major acquisition, which would set it back by $16-a share this time. The latest move by Rio Tinto has come on the increasing demand for coking coal in Asia, which happens to be a major component of steel production.

Rio Tinto is negotiating the Riversdale Mining deal worth 2.2 billion pounds

Rio Tinto is negotiating the Riversdale Mining deal worth 2.2 billion pounds

Rio Tinto has had negotiations with Riversdale Mining Ltd regarding a takeover deal involving 3.55 billion Australian Dollars but has not yet given any formal offer. These statements were made by Riversdale on Monday. The shares of the mining firm went up by fifteen percent.

European stocks fall, BHP and Rio scraps a JV and witness decline

European stocks fall, BHP and Rio scraps a JV and witness decline

The shares of Europe saw a decline with the writing off of the deal for a JV between BHP Billinton Ltd and Rio Tinto. According to Royal Philips Electronics NV, they are circumspect reagarding the sales in future. Both US index futures and Asian shares saw a fall.

Rio Tinto and BHP agree to pay more royalty to WA Government

Colin Barnett

Rio Tinto Ltd and BHP Billiton Ltd, the mining giants in Australia, have agreed to pay higher royalties to the West Australian government. WA Premier Colin Barnett announced that he has signed a new agreement with the companies.

Rio Tinto plans to invest more than $A500 million on US mine

Rio Tinto plans to invest more than $A500 million on US mine

Rio Tinto Ltd. Revealed that it is planning to invest more than $A500 million on developing its Kennecott Eagle nickel and copper mine in the United States.

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