|Bid||5,350.00 x 0|
|Ask||5,600.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||5,290.00 - 5,552.00|
|52 Week Range||45.90 - 6,063.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||2.91|
Which Gold Stocks Are Looking Attractive in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)AngloGold Ashanti’s rerating potentialSouth African miners (GDXJ) have traditionally traded at discounts to their global counterparts (GDX), primarily due to South
As Positive Catalysts for Gold Emerge, Which Miners May Benefit? South African miners have traditionally traded at a discount to their global counterparts, primarily due to South Africa’s laws, labor concerns, and infrastructure challenges. Among these miners, Sibanye Gold (SBGL) is trading at the highest EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value-to-EBITDA) multiple of 4.2x—a premium of 23.0% to the peer average.
According to the consensus compiled by Thomson Reuters, Harmony Gold (HMY) has “buy” ratings from only 30% of the analysts covering the stock. While its percentage of “buy” ratings are in the bottom five for gold miners, analysts’ optimism for the stock has improved in the last year. A year ago, HMY stock had only 10% “buy” recommendations.
Chile's state copper commission Cochilco expects the country's mining industry to attract a total investment of $65.75 billion spread over 44 operations over the next 10 years, it said in a statement on Friday. Among the investments, it referenced two new lithium mining projects, three copper and one gold, totalling $5.9 billion, by companies including by SQM , Gold Fields and Antofagasta Minerals. "The boost to production in copper projects of this portfolio will reach 3.5 million tonnes, the greatest in three years given the significant drop in investment registered since 2014," the statement added.
Investors may want to think twice before pouncing on this coal producer and gold miner, but an under-the-radar chemical manufacturer is worth a closer look.
Companies desperate to turn struggling operations around have cut jobs left and right, but the government issued a stern warning against further layoffs.
After years of losses and failed turnarounds, Gold Fields Ltd. is having to come up with another plan to save its massive South Deep mine. The Johannesburg-based company may cut about 1,560 employees and contractors at the operation, its only one left in South Africa, and refocus the mine plan to reduce activity and lower costs. South Deep is the world’s second-biggest known body of gold-bearing ore and has the potential to produce for 70 years, yet more than a decade of poor performance has weighed on the company.
Three thousand meters below the plains southwest of Johannesburg, teams of miners are toiling to revive the gold industry that underpinned South Africa’s economy for generations. The South Deep mine was built to target the world’s second-biggest known body of gold-bearing ore, a deposit that could produce for the next 70 years and slow the steady decline in the country’s production. Trouble is, the mine’s not making any money for owner Gold Fields Ltd.
The last week has been beneficial for precious metal mining stocks, with most rising. In this article, we’ll discuss mining stocks’ moving averages and RSI (relative strength index) scores. On Thursday, most mining stocks rebounded as gold rose.
The falling platinum prices have been a major concern for platinum mining companies in Africa. Platinum, like palladium, is used as a catalyst to reduce carbon monoxide emissions in vehicle engines. The platinum market has been in short supply over the last few years, and its deficit is expected to expand in 2018 as well. The same factor that supports palladium prices is also detrimental to platinum prices.
South Africa's rand steadied on Thursday after sliding to a new seven-month low against the dollar on Thursday, with investors betting recent volatility could provide some short-term profit opportunities. ...
Most mining companies with operations in South Africa are facing infrastructure issues and labor concerns. South African miners are also facing issues due to safety regulations at their mines following several accidents due to controllable and uncontrollable circumstances. This is also true of Gold Fields (GFI), which has mines in Ghana and South Africa.
Ghana's gold output rose to 2.805 million ounces in 2017, up 10.2 percent from the previous year, data from the Ghana Chamber of Mines showed on Friday. Ghana is Africa's second largest gold producer after South Africa. Mining firms operating in the country include Newmont Mining Corporation, Gold Fields, Anglogold Ashanti and Asanko Gold.
Gold mining giants in Ghana such as Newmont, Gold Fields and AngloGold Ashanti welcome new government tests to certify the value of their exports, the main industry association said on Wednesday. The tests that come in addition to customs checks and internal company tests are part of an attempt by President Nana Akufo-Addo's government to tighten control of the sector and tax it appropriately. Ghana is Africa's second biggest gold producer after South Africa and the metal is the country's top export and its leading earner of foreign exchange.