Vale SA (VALE3.SA)
R$ -1.28 (-2.43%)
|Market Cap(Mil.):||R$ 277,857.69|
By Susan Mathew April 22 Most Latin American stocks dipped in lackluster trade on Monday, in line with world stocks, while Brazil's real rose slightly as investors were encouraged that congress will take up a pension overhaul, while Colombia's peso rose as surging oil prices supported the crude exporter. Returning from Easter extended holidays, stocks in Mexico were little changed while Argentina shares tumbled nearly 4 percent, as Wall Street's lower open tacked on to a
(This March 28 story corrects to reflect that annual sales estimate includes iron ore pellets in first and sixth paragraphs)
(This March 28 story corrects to reflect that annual sales estimate includes iron ore pellets in the first and sixth paragraphs)
RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO, March 28 Brazilian miner Vale SA on Thursday estimated selling up to 75 million tonnes less iron ore and pellets this year, after several mines were halted following its second deadly dam burst in less than four years.
* Mining shares hit as Vale prepares to reopen Brazilian mine Bunzl plunges after first-quarter update
SAO PAULO, April 16 Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA said in a securities filing late on Tuesday that within 72 hours it expects to resume operations at the Brucutu mine, its largest in Minas Gerais state.
SAO PAULO, April 16 A Brazilian court has authorized miner Vale SA to resume operations at Brucutu mine, its largest in the state of Minas Gerais, according to a city hall official in Sao Goncalo do Rio Abaixo, where Brucutu is located.
SAO PAULO, April 15 A decision by Brazilian mining company Vale SA to halt production at ten sites in Minas Gerais state following a deadly dam disaster has affected deliveries of iron ore pellets to clients, newspaper Valor Econômico reported on Monday, citing industry sources.
Prosecutors are planning to file criminal charges against Brazil's miner Vale SA and its employees over the collapse of a mine-waste dam in January that killed hundreds of people, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing the lead investigator.
April 10 Prosecutors are planning to file criminal charges against Brazil's miner Vale SA and its employees over the collapse of a mine-waste dam in January that killed hundreds of people, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing the lead investigator.