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Zinc & Lead Mine Corporate Activities - A Review


Zinc & Lead Mine Corporate Activities - A Review

Report summary

Weaker market conditions in 2012 were reflected by a lack of high value transactions. Although a number a transactions took place through the year, the total value of zinc and lead deals in 2012 was just $2.9bn, compared with $17.5bn and $5.8bn in 2011 and 2010 respectively. In 2011, the transactions included the $10bn Glencore IPO, prior to the imminent merger with Xstrata. The completion of Xstrata and Glencore's merger is expected in early May 2013 following the recent approval from the,

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  • Executive Summary
  • 2012 deals totalled just $3 billion
  • Focus on early stage projects in 2012
  • Activities focus on junior exploration companies
  • Transactions by country
  • Features of asset purchases in 2012
  • Margin & risk still driving asset value
  • Transaction activities in 2013

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
  • 2012 deals totalled just $3 billion
    • Transaction value 2010, 2011 and 2012
    • Transaction value by status 2010, 2011 and 2012
  • Focus on early stage projects in 2012
    • Zinc and lead mine asset transactions in 2012
  • Activities focus on junior exploration companies
    • Zinc and lead mine company transactions in 2012
  • Transactions by country
    • Transaction value by buyer origin (US$M)
    • Transaction value by asset location (US$M)
  • Features of asset purchases in 2012
  • Margin & risk still driving asset value
    • Value of zinc assets by operating status ($ per tonne Zn equivalent in total resource)
    • 2015 Global zinc mine C1 cash cost curve (composite costing)
  • Transaction activities in 2013
    • Asset and company zinc and lead mine transactions in Q1 2013
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