Investing for Income 

Rio Tinto: income could take a backseat to growth

Rio Tinto: income could take a backseat to growth

Policy: “The board expects total cash returns to shareholders over the longer term to be in a range of 40 to 60 per cent of underlying earnings in aggregate through the cycle.”

Forward yield: 5.4 per cent

Payment: Twice a year, declared in dollars, paid in sterling.

Last cut: 2016 (re-set from progressive policy)

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