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Glencore (LSE: GLEN)

123.15 -7.80 (-5.96%)

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GLEN 123.15p -5.96%
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Today's Open 129.50p
Previous Close 130.95p
Daily Range 122.65p - 131.95p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 131.95p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 95,394,497
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p



Glencore (GLEN) Description

This global mining and commodity trading giant was formed by the 2013 merger of Glencore International and Xstrata. Website:

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Almost all of the companies on this list have seen major declines in earnings, but they still generated enough to be the 10 largest in the business.

Chevron, Chad, Chaos, and the $1.3 Billion Divestiture

Chevron ended its operations in Chad due to regional instability and corporate strategy, but the company's exit creates opportunities for competitors.

How Chinese Defaults Could Create Opportunity

Declining copper prices are helping to realign markets for the commodity and use of the commodity as loan collateral. Will demand continue? Will supply constraints endure? Copper companies are in the middle.

Would Glencore Buy Diamonds for Iron?

Mix basic metals, energy, freight, and diamonds together. That is a complete (inorganic) meal for any trading appetite.

How Metal Is Financing the Oil Value Chain

Glencore, and other traders, are moving further into oil. At the same time they amassed large inventories of metals in storage they own and earn finance profits on. Metals finance oil.

Vale Tightens Its Belt

The iron ore miner is cutting its capex program by 20% over each of the next two years.

FTSE Shares That Soared and Plunged This Week

A look back at the week in London.

Copper's About to Go Into Short Supply

If Freeport can't get Indonesia to give it some slack, then production of the red metal will crumble.

FTSE Shares That Soared and Plunged This Week

A look back at the week in London.

3 FTSE Shares Crashing to New Lows

Glencore Xstrata, Royal Dutch Shell, and Laird are in a slump.

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