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The rise and fall of gold: M&A activity has bottomed

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24 June 2015

The rise and fall of gold: M&A activity has bottomed

Report summary

With the gold market having entered its third year of a bear market gold mining companies have continued their tumultuous slide which has left share prices at levels last seen over a decade ago. In a bid to rebuild sentiment and begin to deliver shareholder value, the industry has embarked on a journey of radical cost cutting and renewed capital allocation discipline in order to shore up levered balance sheets. Gold industry mergers & acquisitions (M&A) deal spend in 2014 came in at ...

Table of contents

    • Gold industry corporate activity
    • Transaction review
  • Corporate transactions
    • Resource size, TCPS costs and implied value
  • The money trail
  • Conclusions and outlook

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Historical M&A deal spend, gold price sensitivity and evidence of market bottom in 2014
  • Top 20 corporate transactions by deal value
  • Top 20 asset transactions by deal value
  • Asset acquisition by acquirer nation - 2014
  • Historical M&A deal spend, gold price sensitivity and evidence of market bottom in 2014
  • Relationship between resource size, TCPS costs and implied value
  • Relationship between reserve size, TCPS costs and implied value
  • Relationship between development status, TCPS costs and implied value
  • The rise and fall of gold: M&A activity has bottomed: Table 4
  • Share price performance of Northern Star Resources compared to top ten gold producers and gold price

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