Total Production Costs - $57.4 million (including $12.5MM write off, $45 MM without)
Dep & Amort -- $12 million (compared to $19 MM for the prior 3 quarters)
Exploration - $.5 million
Corp. Exp. -- $3.5 million
Other -- $13 million (losses on sale/property held for sale)
Interest Exp. -- $9 million
Basically, there was a loss of $23 million on the quarter, $25 million of which was based on write offs and losses on properties for sale. Without their negative effect, the co. gained about $2.5 million, prior to application of the $8 million tax benefit and the impact of hedging, etc. Okay, not great, but keep in mind that $9mm is non-cash depreciation/amortization, so net you're looking at $11.5 million after adjustments.
None of the PR's give the fourth quarter results, but available from the 10K at the NASDAQ website
2013 Fourth Quarter
Revenue -- $82,972
Total cost of sales -- $81,149 (1)
Gross profit -- $1,823
Net Income (loss) -- (16,614)
Basic income (loss) per share -- (0.18)
Diluted income (loss) per share -- (0.18)
(1) Includes a $12.6 million write-down of production inventories. See Note 4 - Stockpiles and Ore On Leachpads for detail.
That's good, but without accounting for all expenses, I'm not sure it is fully accurate.
Here's another way to view Q4 from a cash perspective (net of all of the adjustments and hedging effects):
Total Revenue -- $84 MM
Production Cost - $45 MM
Exploration - $.5MM
Corp. Exp - $3.5MM
Interest - $9MM
Net -- $26MM
Again, this can be somewhat misleading, as there is a large capital expense involved in mining, which becomes a depreciation charge when its useful life is consumed by use/time/etc. But subject to that observation, this gives some perspective on operations.