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24% dividendrendement: Fortescue Metals - ijzererts met de laagste kostprijs

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  1. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 21 september 2021 15:19
    Fortescue Metals Group Limited engages in the exploration, development, production, processing, and sale of iron ore in Australia, China, and internationally. It also explores for copper and gold deposits. The company owns and operates the Chichester Hub that includes the Cloudbreak and Christmas Creek mines located in the Chichester ranges; and the Solomon Hub comprising the Firetail, Kings Valley, and Queens Valley mines located in the Hamersley ranges of Pilbara, Western Australia. It is also developing the Eliwana mine situated in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition, the company holds a portfolio of properties situated in Ecuador and Argentina. Further, it provides port towage services. Fortescue Metals Group Limited was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in East Perth, Australia.
  2. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 21 september 2021 15:21
    Thriving communities | Global force
    Established in 2003, Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (Fortescue) is a proud West Australian company, recognised for our culture, innovation and industry-leading development of infrastructure and mining assets.

    Image - Who we are

    Underpinned by operational excellence and balance sheet strength, we are focused on our strategic goals of building thriving communities, optimising returns from our operations through disciplined capital management and diversifying to commodities that support decarbonisation.

    Together with FFI, our 100 per cent renewable green energy and industry company, we are establishing a global portfolio of green hydrogen and green product operations that will position us at the forefront of the global renewable hydrogen industry.

    Our iron ore business comprises integrated mining, rail, shipping and marketing teams working together to export over 180 million tonnes of iron ore annually. Our commitment to technology and innovation ensures we remain one of the world’s lowest cost iron ore producers and continues to guide our pursuit of green energy opportunities.

    Our operations include three mining hubs in the Pilbara, Western Australia, which are connected to the five berth Herb Elliott Port and the Judith Street Harbour towage infrastructure in Port Hedland via 760 kilometres of the fastest heavy haul railway in the world.

    Our supply chain extends to our innovative tug fleet and the eight purpose-built 260,000 tonne capacity Fortescue Ore Carriers, which have been designed to complement the efficiency of our port and maximise the safety and productivity of Fortescue’s operations.

    The Fortescue Hive, our expanded integrated operations centre based in our East Perth headquarters, brings together our entire supply chain to deliver enhanced safety, productivity, efficiency and commercial benefits, and will underpin our future use of technology, including artificial intelligence and robotics.

    Our longstanding relationships with customers in China have grown from our first commercial shipment of iron ore in 2008. Today, we are a core supplier of seaborne iron ore to China and have expanded into markets including Japan and South Korea.

    Driven by our industry-leading target to be carbon neutral by 2030, Fortescue is committed to lead the heavy industry battle against global warming.

    In addition to our ongoing investments in renewable energy to power our Pilbara iron ore operations, we are also undertaking a range of initiatives to decarbonise our mobile fleet through the next phase of hydrogen and battery electric energy solutions to eliminate the need for diesel across our operations.

    Fortescue was founded on the belief that the communities in which we operate should benefit from our success.

    Globally, we are empowering thriving communities and delivering positive social and economic benefits through training, employment and business development opportunities, including for our Indigenous employees and partners.

    Fortescue is a values-based business with a strong, unique culture which celebrates diversity and inclusiveness. By empowering our people, we will continue to generate economic growth and create jobs as we take a global leadership position in the green energy transition.

    As we enter this new phase of growth in our journey, our team will continue to challenge the status quo to sustain operational excellence, achieve our stretch targets, drive future success and deliver strong returns to our shareholders.
  3. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 21 september 2021 15:23
    Fortescue Metals Group Ltd ABN 57 002 594 872 Level 2, 87 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, Western Australia 6004

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    Record full year performance delivers net profit after tax of US$10.3 billion
    and a 103 per cent increase in total dividends to A$3.58 per share

    Highlights
    • Continued focus on safety contributed to lowest ever Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate
    (TRIFR) of 2.0 in the 12 months to 30 June 2021 (FY21), 17 per cent lower than 30 June 2020
    • Highest ever annual shipments of 182.2 million tonnes exceeded guidance, with earnings and
    operating cashflow surpassing any year in Fortescue’s history
    • Underlying EBITDA of US$16.4 billion, 96 per cent higher than FY20 with the Underlying
    EBITDA margin increasing to 73 per cent
    • Net profit after tax (NPAT) of US$10.3 billion, increasing 117 per cent from FY20 and representing
    a return on equity of 66 per cent. Earnings per share (EPS) was US$3.35 (A$4.48)
    • Net cashflow from operating activities of US$12.6 billion and free cashflow of US$9.0 billion
    after investing US$3.6 billion in capital expenditure
    • Fully franked final dividend of A$2.11 per share, increasing total dividends declared in FY21
    to A$3.58 per share, equating to A$11.0 billion and an 80 per cent payout of NPAT
    • Cash on hand of US$6.9 billion and net cash of US$2.7 billion at 30 June 2021
    • Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) established during FY21 to advance a global green hydrogen
    and renewable energy portfolio. FFI is a key enabler of Fortescue’s decarbonisation strategy
    • Announced a revised target to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, ten years earlier than the
    previous target, with significant progress on decarbonisation stretch targets achieved
    • Total global economic contribution of A$30.2 billion in FY21, including A$8.0 billion in taxes
    and state royalties. Fortescue Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Gaines, said “Guided by our unique culture and
    Values, the Fortescue family has delivered a second consecutive year of record performance, with
    shipments, earnings and operating cashflow surpassing any year in Fortescue’s history. Through
    the Iron Bridge Magnetite project and Fortescue Future Industries, we are investing in the growth
    of our iron ore operations, as well as pursuing ambitious global opportunities in renewable energy
    and green industries. “Importantly, our team achieved our lowest ever Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate of 2.0,
    while managing the continued challenges resulting from COVID-19 restrictions. Our commitment
    to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all team members is our key priority. “During the year, Fortescue celebrated a number of significant operational milestones, including
    the delivery of our newest mining operation at Eliwana. The strong operating performance across

    Fortescue Metals Group Ltd ABN 57 002 594 872 Level 2, 87 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, Western Australia 6004

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    our supply chain, along with the successful ramp up and integration of Eliwana contributed to
    Fortescue’s outstanding results in FY21. “The establishment of Fortescue Future Industries during the year underpinned our industry leading
    target to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. FFI will be a key enabler of this target through a
    forward-looking approach to ensuring our capital investments in decarbonisation are aligned with
    strategic decisions such as fleet renewal. “As we execute on our strategy to become a global leader in the battle against climate change we
    will establish goals to tackle emissions across our value chain, with specific targets, and a
    framework for our approach to Scope 3 emissions, to be announced by 30 September 2021. “Reflecting our ongoing commitment to delivering enhanced shareholder returns, the Board has
    declared a fully franked final dividend of A$2.11 per share, bringing total dividends for FY21 to
    A$3.58 per share, representing an 80 per cent payout of full year net profit after tax. “We have seen a strong start to FY22 and through operational excellence, sustained focus on
    productivity and disciplined approach to capital allocation, we will continue to deliver benefits to all
    our stakeholders,” Ms Gaines said
  4. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 21 september 2021 20:56
    quote:

    Petex schreef op 21 september 2021 20:48:

    FMG is een flutbedrijfje….
    Met een dergelijk dividendrendement zijn die zo failliet. Dat kan nooit goed gaan.
    ;-)
    Valt wel mee, FMG barst van het geld.

    Eind juni hadden ze bijna 7 miljard in kas.

    Ze hebben speciale vrachtwagens om het geld naar de bank te brengen.
  5. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 21 september 2021 21:08
    quote:

    Petex schreef op 21 september 2021 21:05:

    Ik begrijp dat dit bedrijf schandalig “overpriced” is…..
    Leuk als je je dividend in moet leveren door 50% koersdaling…
    Staat nergens geschreven hoe vol die vrachtwagens zitten zeker… ;-)
    Ik begrijp dat je chagrijnig bent omdat je bij de verkeerde broker zit.
  6. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 23 september 2021 17:49
    Iron ore: Why this left-for-dead metal could rocket, and 4 easy ways to buy it

    Clayton Jarvis
    Wed, September 22, 2021, 6:38 PM·5 min read

    Iron ore: Why this left-for-dead metal could rocket, and 4 easy ways to buy it
    The last 60 days have been a brutal stretch for iron investors.

    As a result of China cutting back on iron ore production as a means of reducing pollution, the iron and steel sectors have both been walloped.

    Iron ore prices have collapsed about 60% since a record in May. And in less than two months, three of the world's largest ore miners, Rio Tinto, BHP and Vale have lost roughly $110 billion in market value.

    What can we say? It’s tough being Iron Man.

    But if you’ve been sniffing around the ore space waiting for the right time to get in, this could be it. China’s restrictions may provide short-term pain for investors, but the planet’s need for iron ore and steel isn’t going away.

    Here are four iron-related investments that might be worth pouncing on ?— maybe even with your spare change.

    1. Rio Tinto (RIO)

    Rio Tinto, despite its stock being down almost 30% since the end of July, may be the most intriguing option out there. As one of the world’s largest producers of iron ore, Rio’s shares may be the ones most likely to benefit from an eventual rebound.

    In addition to the 16 mines Rio operates in Australia, it also has projects in Serbia, Canada, Mongolia, Guinea and the U.S.

    Rio Tinto is not solely an iron play. The company produces a variety of products — copper, diamonds, titanium, aluminum — that the world needs a continual supply of.

    Its extensive reach has led to some serious profits: Earnings over the first half of 2021 were $12.2 billion, leading to an interim dividend of $5.61 per share.

    Rio Tinto currently trades at just under $70 per share. But you can get a piece of Rio Tinto using a popular stock trading app that allows you to buy fractions of shares with as much money as you’re willing to spend.

    2. Vale SA (VALE)

    Shares in Brazil’s Vale SA have lost about 13% of their value in the last month, but a massive first six months of 2021 led the company to announce $7.6 billion in first-half dividends.

    That’s the largest payout to investors since 2019.

    Vale says it is the world’s largest producer of iron ore and iron pellets. Its biggest operation is its iron ore mine in Carajas, Brazil, one of the richest iron deposits in the world, but it also runs a plant in Oman and has various stakes in joint ventures in China.

    In the most recent quarter, Vale posted earnings of $7.6 billion, up more than 600% year-over-year. To be sure, those results were helped by higher iron ore prices at the time.

    But with the company on track to hit 2021 guidance of between 315 and 335 million tons of ore production, Vale remains a potent bet on the steelmaking metal.

    3. BHP Group (BHP)

    Australia’s BHP Group has fared even worse than its competitors over the last two months, with its stock losing more than 40% of its value since July 29.

    Like Rio Tinto, BHP is involved in more than just iron ore mining. It also has its fingers in petroleum, coal and copper, which makes it a somewhat diversified play.

    BHP has been receiving lukewarm assessments from analysts. Zacks, Berenberg Bank and Deutsche Bank all recently rated the company a “hold”, while Liberium Capital downgraded BHG from “hold” to “sell” in July.

    The company reported profits of $25.9 billion for the financial year ending June 30. And with BHP having generated $19.3 billion in free cash flow over the past 12 months, it should have some cushion to weather the current storm afflicting iron ore.

    If you're still cautious about buying into BHP, some investing apps will give you a free share of BHP just for signing up.

    4. VanEck Vectors Steel ETF (SLX)

    The VanEck Vectors Steel ETF was riding high from May to August, as rising iron ore prices lifted the fund to its highest value since July of 2011.

    The last month has seen the price of SLX shares shrink by about 11%, but compared to the individual companies featured here, that’s not so bad.

    SLX tracks the performance of some of the world’s biggest ore producers, including Rio Tinto and Vale, but it also holds large steelmakers including Arcelormittal, Nucor, and U.S. Steel. This bit of diversification should help spread some of your risks around in the event iron ore hits the skids once again.

    As of Sept. 21, shares in SLX were selling for around $54.53. The most recent dividend paid out was $0.83 a share in December of 2020.

    A quieter commodity play
    If the volatility in iron ore markets has you questioning your future as an iron/steel investor, there’s another asset that also provides exposure to rising commodity prices: U.S. farmland.
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