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December 6, 2012
17:53 EDTRIO, HWDHarry Winston says Diavik Diamond Mine full-year target production 7.1M carats
Diavik Diamond Mine's full-year target production is expected to be approximately 7.1M carats from the mining of 2.1M tonnes of ore and the processing of 2.0M tonnes of ore. The decrease in carats from the original plan is primarily due to deferring the processing and recovery of lower value carats from the re-processed rejects in favour of processing underground ore containing higher valued carats. A new mine plan and budget for CY13 is under final review by Rio Tinto (RIO) and the company. The plan for CY13 foresees Diavik Diamond Mine production of approximately 6M carats from the mining and processing of approximately 1.6M tonnes of ore with a further 0.2M tonnes processed from stockpiled ore from CY12. Mining activities will be exclusively underground. Included in the estimated production for CY13 is approximately 0.6M carats from RPR and 0.1M carats from the improved recovery process for small diamonds.
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December 21, 2014
19:22 EDTRIOFalling commodity prices, valuations may spur rebound in mining deals, FT says
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December 18, 2014
06:52 EDTRIOVale attempt to dismiss Rio Tinto suit rejected, WSJ says
Vale's (VALE) attempt to have a lawsuit filed against it by Rio Tinto (RIO) was rejected by U.S. Southern District of New York Judge Richard M. Berman, reports the Wall Street Journal. Judge Berman also rejected Vale's argument that the case should be tried in an English court, the Journal adds. Reference Link
December 15, 2014
09:31 EDTRIORio, BHP looking to raise copper output, Reuters says
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07:36 EDTRIORio Tinto shares look undervalued, says Bernstein
After iron ore prices sank 48% this year, Bernstein thinks that Rio Tinto would be resilient even if iron ore prices dropped much further. The firm believes that the market is applying a significant discount to the stock, making the shares undervalued. It has a $63.20 price target and Outperform rating on the shares.

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