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Glencore (GLEN)

Glencore Xstrata was formed by the  merger of Glencore and Xstrata in May 2013.

Glencore International was in the mining sector and was a cross between a miner (holding a very large share of Xstrata) and an investment bank (It has a huge energy trading operation)

Glencore Xstrata is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies and is one of the biggest companies within the FTSE 100 Index. The Group’s industrial and marketing activities are supported by a global network of more than 90 offices located in over 50 countries. Their diversified operations comprise of over 150 mining and metallurgical sites, offshore oil production assets, farms and agricultural facilities. They employ approximately 190,000 people, including contractors. They are a major producer and marketer of over 90 commodities.

The company is structured into three distinct business segments: -

  1. Metals and Minerals: focusing on copper, nickel, zinc/lead, alloys, alumina/aluminium and iron ore. They have interests in both controlled and non-controlled industrial assets that include mining, smelting, refining and warehousing operations;
  2. Energy Products: focusing on oil  and coal. Their Energy Products businesses include controlled and non-controlled coal mining and oil production operations and investments in strategic handling, storage and freight equipment and facilities; and
  3. Agricultural Products: focusing on grains, oils/oilseeds, cotton and sugar. Their Agricultural Products group is supported by both controlled and non-controlled storage, handling and processing facilities in strategic locations.

Glencore Xstrata dividends

There is nothing to say about it's dividend history as it only became a merged company in 2013, with its first dividend paid in the September of 2013. Watch this space.
The historic dividends reflect Glencore International. 

Fundamentals

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Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 0.0p
2007 0.0p 0%
2008 0.0p 0%
2009 0.0p 0%
2010 0.0p 0%
2011 9.6255p 100%
2012 10.1993p 6.0%
2013 10.0266p (1.7%)
2014 11.5259p 15.0%
2015 3.83p (66.8%)
2016 2.8p (26.9%)
2017 10.0285p 258.2%
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
07 Sep 2011 30 Sep 2011 2011 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.23p
16 May 2012 01 Jun 2012 2011 Final Semiannually Paid 6.396p
29 Aug 2012 13 Sep 2012 2012 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.369p (5.4c)
22 May 2013 07 Jun 2013 2012 Final Semiannually Paid 6.83p (10.35c)
28 Aug 2013 12 Sep 2013 2013 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.45p (5.4c)
14 May 2014 30 May 2014 2013 Final Semiannually Paid 6.577p (11.1c)
03 Sep 2014 19 Sep 2014 2014 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.716p (6c)
23 Apr 2015 21 May 2015 2014 Final Semiannually Paid 7.81p (12c)
10 Sep 2015 29 Sep 2015 2015 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.83p (6c)
21 Apr 2016 20 May 2016 2015 Final Semiannually Paid 0p
08 Sep 2016 30 Sep 2016 2016 Interim Semiannually Paid 0p
11 May 2017 31 May 2017 2016 Final Semiannually Paid 2.8p (3.5c)
07 Sep 2017 26 Sep 2017 2017 Interim Semiannually Paid 2.594p (3.5c)
26 Apr 2018 23 May 2018 2017 Final Semiannually Paid 7.435p (10c)
06 Sep 2018 27 Sep 2018 2018 Interim Semiannually Paid 7.591p (10c)
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Adjusted EBITDA of $4.6 billion, down 29% compared to H1 2014 owing to substantially weaker commodity prices:

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Adjusted EBITDA of $12.8 billion in 2014 was modestly down on 2013 (2%), notwithstanding the weaker commodity price environment, reflecting:

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Adjusted pro forma EBITDA of $13.1bn consistent with 2012, reflecting:

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• Resilient Adjusted EBITDA / EBIT performance driven by Glencore's marketing business and volume growth in industrials.

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This article which appeared in the Saturday edition of the FT on 27th October talks about investors chasing dividends. It is a good read and vindicates our stance that the only reason to invest in equities at the present time is for Dividends.

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Strong financial results supported by solid performance in marketing.

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Industrial activities Adjusted EBIT up 18% compared to 2010, benefiting from generally stronger commodity prices and increased production.

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Economists and traders in the City have thought and behaved for some months as if the world is coming to an end, but that is not the message delivered by Britain's listed companies. In the past 12 months, they have paid out a record level of dividends. Given that dividends are derived from profits, it suggests this is not a story of a business world on its uppers.

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