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The C$3.9 billion gold prize - A closer look at the Osisko Mining takeover

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Yamana Gold and Agnico Eagle Mines recently announced an agreement to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Osisko Mining Corporation through a cash and shares transaction for a total consideration of C$3.9 billion (C$8.15 per Osisko common share). The offer comprises a C$1 billion cash payment and C$2.3 billion in Yamana and Agnico Eagle shares. In addition, exploration assets and development properties will be spun-off into a newly created entity with an implied value of C$575 million.

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  • Executive summary
  • Deal summary
  • Location map
    • Reserves and Resources
  • Economic assumptions

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Tables

  • The C$3.9 billion gold prize - A closer look at the Osisko Mining takeover: Table 1
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  • Osisko reserves and resources
  • The C$3.9 billion gold prize - A closer look at the Osisko Mining takeover: Table 3
  • The C$3.9 billion gold prize - A closer look at the Osisko Mining takeover: Table 4
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  • The C$3.9 billion gold prize - A closer look at the Osisko Mining takeover: Image 1
  • Yamana Gold
  • Agnico Eagle

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