Vale S.A. (VALE)
$11.93 0.25 (2.05%)
15:26 EST VALE Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $12.18
Market Cap 62.01B
PE Ratio 12.69
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 17.97M
Day's Range 11.91 - 12.15
52-Week Range 10.20 - 14.19
Dividend & Yield 0.56 (4.70%)
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EBITDA margin should expand on production growth and healthy price realization. Deleveraging is an added positive for Vale stock.
Since a dam collapse early this year, Vale stock has been under severe pressure. And while the resultant discount may be appealing, its alternatives look like superior bets.
The company posted quarterly losses resulting from the dam burst in January. As a result, Vale stock has been depressed with a failure to breakout above $14 twice in 2019. Bullish on Vale stock for second half of 2019 on the back of higher production volumes, higher ore price and deleveraging.
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VALE is rated as a Hold by means of the Portfolio Grader stock evaluator. With unique fundamental and quantitative metric based, this analytical tool evaluates nearly 5,000 stocks weekly. VALE has recently seen its Portfolio Grader rating downgraded over the last month from a Buy to a Hold.
Currently, Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) has a Hold using the stock evaluator from Portfolio Grader, which incorporates Louis Navellier's investing approach. VALE has been downgraded from a Buy to a Hold in the last week.
Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) ranks in the top 10% of its industry group, Steel, and in the top 10% of its sector group, Non-Energy Minerals, with a market value of $66.4 billion. From an investment attractiveness vantage point, VALE is ranked in the top half of the sector with a ranking of 58 among the 150 companies in the sector; Portfolio Grader's current ranking for VALE puts it 7 among the 25 companies in this industry group, placing it in the top half and number 1,746 in the 5000 company Portfolio Grader company universe.
Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) is one of 25 companies within the Steel GICS industry group, which is in turn part of the 150 company GICS Non-Energy Minerals sector. VALE has a market value of $64.3 billion which is in the top decile in its industry group. Portfolio Grader's current ranking for VALE puts it 3 among the 25 companies in this industry group, giving it a well above-average position; in the top quartile of the sector with a ranking of 29 among the 150 companies in the sector, and number 871 in the nearly 5,000 company Portfolio Grader universe.
Portfolio Grader currently ranks Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) a Buy. The system for fundamental and quantitative metrics used in this analytical tool, developed by Louis Navellier researches and ranks nearly 5,000 stocks each week. The current overall Portfolio Grader recommendation on the shares has changed twice in the past month, which represents a greater level of change than is typical.
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