Trends in gold mining corporate activity

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Over the past year, there has been a rise in the sale of less profitable assets. This decline in profitability has been largely attributable to the rise in mine cash operating costs, coupled with a moderation in gold prices. We have analysed some of the more significant gold mine asset and company transactions in H2 2012 and H1 2013 from a dataset of over 500 transactions. Unlike the previous twelve months, the top 10 major producers have been less active in the acquisition of assets. The...

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  • 2012 Gold mine total cash cost plus sustaining capital cost curve


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