Vale S.A.




Iron & Steel

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Wolfe Research Downgrades Vale to Peer Perform From Outperform MT
Miner Vale sees iron ore output at high-end of 2024 guidance after Q2 rise RE
Brazil's Vale Q2 iron ore output up 2.4% from a year earlier RE
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Vale Reaches Agreement With BHP Group on Fundao Dam Claims in UK, Netherlands MT
BHP Group, Vale Agree on Compensation Payment in U.K. for Brazil Dam Failure -- Commodities Roundup DJ
BHP Group, Vale Agreed on Compensation Payment in U.K. for Brazil Dam Failure DJ
BHP, Vale reach agreement over 2015 Brazil dam collapse proceeding in UK RE
BHP, Vale agree to cover potential Fundao dam claims in UK AN
Vale S.A. Informs Change in the Audit and Risks Committee's Composition CI
Brazilian miner Vale partners with Komatsu, Cummins to develop low-emission trucks RE
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Candidates to be next CEO of Brazil miner Vale recommended, newspaper says RE
UBS Trims Price Target on Vale to $14.50 From $15, Maintains Buy Rating MT
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Vale reports second board exit in four months amid CEO search RE
Vale S.A. Announces Resignation of Mrs. Vera Marie Inkster as Board of Director CI
Claimants for deadly Mariana dam collapse file injunction against BHP, Vale RE
Vale expects to regain Onca Puma and Sossego copper mine licences RE
Vale inks deal with Brazil state to resume Onca Puma, Sossego operations RE
Brazil prosecutors seek $668 million from Vale, BHP for gender violations in reparations RE
Morgan Stanley Adjusts Vale Price Target to $15.50 From $18, Maintains Overweight Rating MT
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Vale S.A. is one of the world's leading metallurgy and mining groups. Revenues break down by family of products as follows: - ferrous minerals and metals (80,2%): ferrous minerals (85.1% of revenues; 254 Mt sold in 2020), ferrous mineral granules (13.2%; 31.2 Mt), iron alloys and manganese (0.7%; 1.4 Mt), and other (1%); - non-ferrous minerals and metals (17.9%): nickel, precious metals, and cobalt (69.7% of revenues; 211 Kt of nickel sold) and copper (30.3%; 247 Kt); - coal (1.2%): metallurgical coal (2.9 Mt sold) and thermal coal (3 Mt); - other (0.7%). Revenues are distributed geographically as follows: Brazil (7.3%), the United States (2.6%), Americas (1.5%), China (57.8%), Japan (5.5%), Asia (8.2%), Europe (13.3%) and Middle East/Africa/Oceania (3.8%).
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