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Atlatsa Resources Corporation (ATL.TO)

Toronto Stock Exchange - Toronto Stock Exchange Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
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0.045-0.005 (-10.000%)
At close: 10:10AM EDT
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Previous Close0.050
Bid0.040 x 0
Ask0.045 x 0
Day's Range0.045 - 0.045
52 Week Range0.045 - 0.110
Avg. Volume13,761
Market Cap24.75M
PE Ratio (TTM)-0.35
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date1999-08-25
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuterslast month

    Toronto-based Atlatsa to mothball South African platinum mine

    Toronto-based Atlatsa Resources has agreed with joint venture partner Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) to place its Bokoni mine in South Africa on care and maintenance as part of a restructuring plan. The platinum sector has been under huge pressure, hit by falling product prices, rising costs and labour disputes that have affected much of a South African mining industry that contributes about 7 percent to the nation's economy. Job cuts are a thorny issue in South Africa, where the unemployment rate is at a 14-year high.

  • Associated Press5 months ago

    Atlatsa reports 4Q loss

    The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company said it had a loss of 3 cents per share. The platinum metals producer posted revenue of $28.1 million in the period. For the year, the company reported that ...

  • Reuters2 years ago

    South Africa's Amplats sees FY profit plunging on impairments

    South Africa's Anglo American Platinum Ltd (Amplats) on Monday flagged a sharp fall in full-year earnings due to impairments, write-downs and restructuring costs in bid to survive plunging in commodity prices. Headline earnings per share, the main gauge of profit that strips off certain one-off items, is expected to be down to between 25 cents and 55 cents compared with earnings of 301 cents a year earlier. Amplats, a division of Anglo American Plc, is undergoing tough cost cutting to deal with plunging prices and low demand for its precious metals and the effects of a crippling five-month strike in 2014 at its biggest operation.