Iluka Resources Ltd (ILU)

10.500
+0.090(+0.86%)
  • Volume:
    1,849,836
  • Bid/Ask:
    10.470/10.500
  • Day's Range:
    10.400 - 10.660

ILU Overview

Prev. Close
10.41
Day's Range
10.4-10.66
Revenue
1.56B
Open
10.55
52 wk Range
7.25-12.83
EPS
0.87
Volume
1,849,836
Market Cap
4.45B
Dividend (Yield)
0.24
(2.29%)
Average Volume (3m)
2,574,267
P/E Ratio
12.03
Beta
1.13
1-Year Change
39.29%
Shares Outstanding
423,381,948
Next Earnings Date
22 May 2022
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Iluka Resources Ltd Company Profile

Sector
Materials
Employees
3354
Market
Australia

Iluka Resources Limited is a mineral sands company. The Company’s segments include Jacinth-Ambrosia/Mid West, Cataby/South West, Sierra Rutile, Mining Area C and United States/Murray Basin. The Jacinth-Ambrosia/Mid West segment comprises of the mining operations at Jacinth-Ambrosia located in South Australia, and associated processing operations at the Narngulu mineral separation plant in Western Australia. Cataby/South West segment comprises of mining activities at Cataby and processing of ilmenite at Synthetic Rutile Kiln 2, both located in Western Australia. Sierra Rutile segment comprises of the integrated mineral sands mining and processing operations in Sierra Leone. Mining Area C segment comprises a deferred consideration iron ore royalty interest over certain mining tenements. United States/Murray Basin segment comprises of rehabilitation obligations in the United States and assets located in Australia.

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  • Iluka appears to have collapsed because Deterra Royalty was spun off. But Iluka should still prove itself a worthwhile investment medium to long term.
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    • I see Iluka continuing a slow gentle uptrend as markets and economies improve and building construction also strengthen
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      • Where do you think it can go now that it's collapsed?
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