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Anglo American (LSE: AAL)

1,527.17 14.67 (0.97%)

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AAL 1,527.17p 0.97%
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Today's Open 1,520.00p
Previous Close 1,512.50p
Daily Range 1,513.00p - 1,573.29p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 1,573.29p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 3,338,772
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p

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Anglo American (AAL) Description

Mining giant Anglo American is synonymous with South Africa. The company produces a whole range of metals and natural resources through gold, platinum, diamonds, coal, base and ferrous metals, industrial minerals to timber and coal from operations in Africa, Europe, South and North America and Australia. Website:

News & Commentary

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3 FTSE Shares Crashing to New Lows

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Anglo American, G4S, and FirstGroup plumb the depths.

Should I Invest in These 5 FTSE 100 Shares?

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5 FTSE 100 Shares Trading Near 52-Week Lows

Imperial Tobacco Group, Anglo American and Pearson are all trading near their lowest price of the last 12 months.

Is There Big Value in Miners Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, and Anglo American?

Concerns about the strength of the global economy have cut share prices among the FTSE 100's mining companies.

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