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MMG Limited (1208.HK)

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2.280+0.040 (+1.79%)
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Previous Close2.240
Bid2.270 x 0
Ask2.280 x 0
Day's Range2.240 - 2.310
52 Week Range2.120 - 4.320
Avg. Volume12,868,614
Market Cap19.697B
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.90
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.223
Earnings DateMar 01, 2022 - Mar 07, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 23, 2014
1y Target Est3.14
  • Reuters

    MMG exploring annuity payouts as Peru's Las Bambas tensions continue

    Chinese miner MMG Ltd is exploring giving annuity-type payments to communities, as opposed to one-time payouts, as part of a strategy revamp following longstanding protests at its massive Las Bambas mine in Peru, executives said on Tuesday. Las Bambas, one of the world's largest copper mines, has been besieged by escalating community protests since it opened in 2016, which culminated in a 50-day production shutdown earlier this year. Peru is the world's No. 2 copper producer and Las Bambas alone accounts for 1% of the country's gross domestic product.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-MMG suspends copper output guidance after Las Bambas protests in Peru

    Chinese miner MMG Ltd on Monday said it had suspended its copper production targets for the year following a 60% output drop due to a long protest at its Las Bambas mine in the Peruvian Andes, which significantly disrupted operations. MMG had previously expected to produce 300,000-320,000 tonnes of copper in concentrate during the year at Las Bambas. Las Bambas is one of the world's largest copper mines but it has been repeatedly disrupted by escalating protests since it opened in 2016, culminating in a 50-day operational shutdown earlier this year.

  • Reuters

    MMG may halt Peru Las Bambas mine operations by Feb 20 after latest blockade

    The Chinese-owned mine has been a flashpoint of protests and road blockades since it started functioning in 2016, with operations last suspended in December due to a similar blockade. Despite an agreement being reached in December to restart operations, leaders of a group of Peruvian communities later rejected a government proposal to prevent future blockades.