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Antofagasta

LSE: ANTO

846.42 13.92 (1.67%)

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Today's Open 842.50p
Previous Close 832.50p
Daily Range 830.00p - 851.50p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 851.50p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 1,587,359
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p

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Antofagasta, Mulberry, and Fresnillo are on the slide.

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

3 FTSE 100 Shares Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

It's ex-dividend time for GlaxoSmithKline, Antofagasta, and Kingfisher next week.

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Antofagasta (ANTO) Description

Chile-based Antofagasta has grown from humble beginnings in 1888 transporting copper through South America along the railway of the same name, into one of the worlds largest copper producers through its huge Los Pelambres, El Tesoro and Michilla mines. The company has three business divisions: Mining, Transport and Water. Website:

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