GOLD - Barrick Gold Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
16.80
-0.31 (-1.78%)
As of 10:14AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close17.10
Open17.00
Bid16.98 x 2900
Ask16.98 x 1800
Day's Range16.79 - 17.08
52 Week Range11.52 - 20.07
Volume2,512,433
Avg. Volume16,955,989
Market Cap29.231B
Beta (3Y Monthly)-0.30
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.89
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.16 (0.94%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-29
1y Target Est19.94
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    (Bloomberg) -- China Minmetals Corp., Jiangxi Copper Co. and Zijin Mining Group Co. are among companies considering bids for Barrick Gold Corp.’s Zambian copper mine that could fetch about $1 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.China Molybdenum Co. and Aluminum Corp. of China, known as Chinalco, were also invited to bid, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the information is private.Barrick, the world’s second-largest bullion producer, is working with advisers to solicit interest for the Lumwana mine, the people said. The Toronto-based miner continues to target $1.5 billion of asset sales by the end of 2020, Chief Executive Officer Mark Bristow said in August.Deliberations are at an early stage, and there’s no certainty they will result in a transaction, the people said.Representatives for Barrick, China Minmetals, Jiangxi Copper and Zijin declined to comment. Representatives at China Molybdenum and Chinalco couldn’t immediately comment.Lumwana, an open-pit mine, is expected to produce 210 million to 240 million pounds of copper this year and has proven and probable copper reserves of 4.5 billion pounds, according to Barrick’s website.Barrick acquired Lumwana as part of its takeover of Equinox Minerals Ltd. for more than $7 billion in 2011 and took a $3 billion writedown on the mine two years later. Lumwana was valued at about $1 billion in 2014. Subsequently, the Zambian government proposed to raise mining taxes, putting Lumwana in a “challenging situation,” according to Bristow.Barrick is working with Bank of Nova Scotia to identify buyers for its Tongon Gold mine in the Ivory Coast as the company ramps up asset disposals following its purchase of Randgold Resources Ltd., people familiar with the matter said in August.\--With assistance from Winnie Zhu.To contact the reporters on this story: Vinicy Chan in New York at vchan91@bloomberg.net;David Stringer in Melbourne at dstringer3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Fion Li at fli59@bloomberg.net, Ville Heiskanen, Matthew MonksFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    With the U.S.-China trade war again showing no sign of resolution, and combined with other geopolitical flashpoints, plowing into growth stocks is probably the last thing on many investors' agendas. And while the U.S. markets have certainly printed some red ink recently, a growth-based strategy surprisingly isn't completely insane. We just may be looking at the wrong place.Stereotypically, Americans tend not to think much beyond their zip code, let alone their country. That's perhaps the privilege of living in the greatest nation on earth. In this case, though, being self-absorbed has some tangible consequences. Looking beyond our borders, international growth stocks offer interesting plays for the risk-tolerant investor.In full disclosure, I've been negative on both the domestic and global economies. Obviously, I'm not the arbiter of what happens next. And certain indicators, such as the economic surprise indices, suggest that global markets are stronger than advertised. This includes countries like Japan, Canada, China, and the Eurozone. If true, that bodes very well for international growth stocks.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsAnother factor potentially bolstering international growth stocks is that the U.S. markets are stretched. Shrewd investors want to see more bang for their buck. Likely, they're not going to get much stateside. However, global markets offer upside, if you're willing to stomach the risk. * Do These 7 Retail Stocks Make the Grade? If that's you, here are seven international growth stocks to consider: Barrick Gold (GOLD)Source: Shutterstock Headquartered in Canada, Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD) is easily one of the best international growth stocks to put on your short list. With fears rising about geopolitical flashpoints, as well as our own economic stability, GOLD stock is a perfect choice for those who want exposure to safe-haven assets, but don't want the hassle of owning physical bullion.Plus, if you're pessimistic about the broader narrative, GOLD stock offers a hybrid play: you can indirect exposure to safe-haven assets while still participating in the financial system. Better yet, analysts project serious growth for the mining company. Next year, they anticipate growth of 46%, and nearly 34% per annum over the next five years.While this sounds rather robust, it's not at all unreasonable. Gold prices have been deflated for several years, so they're due for a pick-me-up. Additionally, the catalysts - primarily fear and uncertainty - are evident in the markets. Thus, keep GOLD stock close to your chest. Something tells me you'll be glad you did. Sibanye Gold (SBGL)Source: Shutterstock I don't intend to turn this list of international growth stocks into a mining-centric write-up. Nevertheless, the bullish narrative for Sibanye Gold (NYSE:SBGL) is, in my opinion, extremely powerful.For starters, SBGL stock offers the same hybrid opportunity as Barrick Gold: you get the indirect protection that precious metals provide if we suffer economic hardship, as well as the convenience of plugging into the financial system. More importantly, though, the South African-headquartered mining firm specializes in platinum and palladium production.Both metals are critical for the development of catalytic converters. Due to stricter emissions standards in the automotive industry, palladium demand has already skyrocketed. While electric vehicles aim to overturn traditional fossil-fueled cars, this complete transition won't happen so quickly. This situation augurs very well for SBGL stock. * Are These 10 High-Yielding S&P Dividend Stocks Traps or Treasures? Moreover, we have to think about the political situation. Increasingly, climate change and its associated issues have taken center stage. For now, the best way to address earth's climate is through more rigorous emissions standards. This will only spike up palladium and platinum demand, further bolstering SBGL stock. Sony (SNE)Long playing second fiddle to consumer electronics king Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), my alma mater Sony (NYSE:SNE) offers an interesting play among international growth stocks. For one thing, I tend to believe in market cycles. As one organization dominates, they must provide increasingly compelling storylines to keep investors interested. Because SNE stock is on the outside looking in, they don't have to worry about that pressure.Fundamentally, SNE stock may be fortuitously well positioned. I say this because with peak smartphone, it's become exponentially harder to excite customers. According to some sources, for instance, Apple's new iPhone 11 isn't all that great.In contrast, I'm very excited about Sony's upcoming product pipeline. Sure, I'm biased. But with something as powerful as the upcoming PlayStation 5, it doesn't matter: it's almost a guarantee that Sony's flagship product will receive massive fanfare. Obviously, this is a net positive for SNE stock.Plus, Sony isn't just riding the PlayStation horse. They've got other viable platforms, such as artificial intelligence-based video-content creators, as well as next-generation "pro-sumer" digital cameras. It all makes for a strong contrarian candidate among international growth stocks. Cemex (CX)Source: Wikimedia CommonsPresident Donald Trump may not always show his appreciation, but Mexico is a vital partner to the U.S. Of course, because of the current political situation, this relationship is unfortunately strained, to put it mildly. But that shouldn't dissuade you from considering Cemex (NYSE:CX) among your list of international growth stocks.Since July of 2017, CX stock has unfortunately suffered substantial volatility. Some of the harsh rhetoric from the White House has spilled over into our trade agreements with Mexico. As such, many investors have chosen to dump Cemex.But with shares down so much since then, I think it's time to put CX stock on your radar. First, the U.S. isn't Mexico's only trading partner. Thanks to modernization initiatives and various efficiencies, Mexico represents an attractive place for business. 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    (Bloomberg) -- Newmont Goldcorp Corp. is ready to sit tight on asset sales, even if that means not reaching a previously announced goal of as much as $1.5 billion in divestments.That’s according to Tom Palmer, the company’s incoming chief executive officer. The world’s largest gold producer will be focusing on optimizing its current assets and is happy overall with its portfolio, other than a previously announced sale of Red Lake in Canada, he said.“We’re in no rush to sell anything,” Palmer said in an interview Tuesday at the Denver Gold Forum. “There will be no fire sale in Newmont Goldcorp.”That’s a change of tone. Outgoing CEO Gary Goldberg said earlier this month Newmont was still planning to divest up to $1.5 billion in assets following its $10 billion acquisition of rival Goldcorp in April, taking advantage of higher gold prices.On Tuesday, Palmer said the company was forging ahead with its planned sale of Red Lake, a former Goldcorp asset, and has fielded interest from about a dozen parties. He also said any additional sales would only come after careful study, and Newmont was ready to do more work to understand what value can be “extracted” from the assets.‘No Pressure’“There are assets that we are looking to optimize, and we’ll spend two to even three years to understand them,” he said. “There’s absolutely no pressure to sell assets to generate cash.”Newmont’s seeming step back from divestments fits an overall cautious tone at the Denver conference. Even with gold prices trading above $1,500 an ounce and reaching a six-year high earlier this month, in presentations and interviews mining executives have expressed a desire to be disciplined when it comes to deal making. Many, including Palmer, also stressed they’re still working to ensure their businesses can be profitable based on the assumption of a $1,200 gold price.Kalgoorlie SaleIn an interview with Bloomberg Television, Palmer said there hasn’t been much discussion of mergers and acquisitions at the Denver Gold Forum. That runs counter to what some analysts were expecting before the conference. Newmont’s mega-merger with Goldcorp along with Barrick Gold Corp.’s purchase of Randgold Resources Ltd. helped drive M&A in the sector to $18.2 billion in 2019, the highest level in eight years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Now companies are turning their focus to “managing their businesses,” Palmer said.Palmer said Newmont, which owns 50% of the Kalgoorlie Super Pit in Australia, wasn’t aware how much progress Barrick had made in its planned sale of its half of the mine.“We support them in terms of we’ll provide information as we’re the manager of the operation, but we’re not privy to the process they’re running,” Palmer said of Barrick’s planned sale.‘Compelling Value’Newmont would consider buying Barrick’s stake, and it would also be open to selling its half, as Barrick CEO Mark Bristow has suggested might make sense.“If we can get the other half at a right price, we’ll always be interested in buying,” Palmer said. “If someone comes to us with a compelling value, we’ll consider that,” he said of Kalgoorlie.“But apart from that, we are focused on optimizing and realizing its value,” and the company is also “happy” to work with a new partner, as they’ve done with Barrick, he said.Palmer will succeed Goldberg as CEO on Oct. 1. as part of a previously announced succession plan.‘Growing Our Margins’Palmer has played a central role in leading the Newmont-Goldcorp integration and the establishment of the joint venture with Barrick in Nevada, Newmont said in a statement last week. Palmer has a strong mining pedigree, but is less of a public figure than Barrick’s Bristow, whose colorful quotes have regularly established him as part of the news cycle. He and Bristow will need to cooperate as they implement a sweeping joint venture in Nevada.In terms of his mandate as CEO, Palmer said his first priority is “safety of our people.”“Second one for me, it’d be growing our margins, making sure we’re operating on our technical and financial discipline,” he said. “Third one is growing our reserves and resources through our exploration programs. Fourth, optimizing our project pipeline. The fifth one is to maintain our capital allocation discipline. If we are generating additional free cash because of gold prices, we may start paying down debts.”(Updates with comments from Palmer starting in third paragraph.)To contact the reporters on this story: Vinicy Chan in New York at vchan91@bloomberg.net;Millie Munshi in Denver at mmunshi@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Luzi Ann Javier at ljavier@bloomberg.net, Steven Frank, Joe RichterFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / September 17, 2019 / On 19 July 2019, the Boards of Acacia Mining plc ("Acacia") and Barrick Gold Corporation ("Barrick") announced that they had reached agreement on the terms of a recommended offer by Barrick for the ordinary share capital of Acacia that Barrick does not already own (the "Acquisition"), to be effected by means of a Court-sanctioned scheme of arrangement under Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme"). The scheme circular was published by Acacia on 12 August 2019 (the "Scheme Document") and the Scheme was approved by the Scheme Shareholders at the Court Meeting on 3 September 2019.

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