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6409 Postings, 4133 Tage OhioTaseko Mines .. 4 % +

 
  
    #1
09.07.07 12:08
der chart ist und sieht  wunderschön aus ..
ein fast gerader strich nur nach oben
 
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6409 Postings, 4133 Tage OhioTaseko Mines ....

 
  
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09.07.07 12:10

7215 Postings, 3583 Tage videomartTaseko Signs Agreement With Sojitz Corporation

 
  
    #3
26.03.10 23:04

7215 Postings, 3583 Tage videomartTaseko Announces Strong Production Results

 
  
    #4
14.07.10 16:18

7215 Postings, 3583 Tage videomartMoly Price Fluctuations

 
  
    #5
20.08.10 23:24
Wed, Aug 18, 2010

Auszug:

Taseko Mines posted a Q2 profit of $C17.4 million and net earning of C$45.4 million or C$0.24 per share as compared with a profit of C$16.7 million and earnings of C$11.4 million year over year.

?Revenue for the quarter was $56.5 million from the sale of Taseko?s 75% share of 21.1 million pounds of copper and 193,000 pounds of molybdenum at an average realized price of US$3.15 per pound for copper and US$16.67 per pound for molybdenum,? stated the press release.

The company also announced that it expects the final expansion of its Gibraltar Project in British Columbia to be completed by the end of 2010.

http://molyinvestingnews.com/2716-moly-price-fluctuations.html  

7215 Postings, 3583 Tage videomartOttawa says no to Taseko's B.C. project

 
  
    #6
03.11.10 23:15
Alexandre Deslongchamps, Bloomberg News · Wednesday, Nov. 3

OTTAWA - The federal government said yesterday it won't allow Taseko Mines Ltd. to proceed with its Prosperity gold and copper project in British Columbia under its current plan because it would cause too much damage to the environment.

"The government of Canada has not granted authorization for the Prosperity project due to concerns about the significant adverse environmental effects of the project as proposed," Environment Minister Jim Prentice told reporters in Ottawa yesterday outside Parliament.

Taseko wanted federal approval to develop its Prosperity deposit, 125 kilometres southwest of Williams Lake.

The project would harm fish habitat, navigation and land use by native groups, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency panel said in recommendations to the government posted on its website in July.

Brian Battison, Taseko's vice-president of corporate affairs, didn't immediately return a telephone call seeking comment.

Taseko plunged $1.81, or 28%, to $4.67 yesterday immediately after the close of regular New York Stock Exchange trading. The shares had risen 54% this year through the close.

Mr. Prentice also said the government approved Thompson Creek Metals Co.'s Mt. Milligan copper and gold project near Prince George, B.C.

Mr. Prentice said the Mt. Milligan mine should serve as a model to other companies seeking approval under the country's environmental process.


http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/...roject/3767682/story.html  

7766 Postings, 4265 Tage louisanerLeak implied on mining project

 
  
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29.12.10 12:57
OTTAWA -- Finance Minister JimFlaherty is downplaying allegations his government leaked a decision on a mining project, causing the company's share price to plummet two weeks before it was announced to the public.

Opposition parties are trying to link the government to news the B.C. Securities Commis-sion is looking into a mid-October plunge that saw the stock price of Taseko Mines drop 32%.

At the time, Taseko was wait-

ing for a federal decision on whether to let them go ahead with an open-pit copper and gold mine near Fish Lake, B.C.

Then-environment minister Jim Prentice announced the decision Nov. 2 and quit two days later to take a high-paying executive job at CIBC.

But Flaherty said he wasn't worried it was a leak that pre-cipitated trading in 30 million shares over several hours.

"I'm not concerned about it," Flaherty said. "All I know is that there was some fluctuation in a stock price. That happens quite often and when it does happen, the (securities) commissions are responsible for looking into why it did happen. Often there's a good explanation."

NDP deputy leader Thomas Mulcair said he was disturbed by the news.

"In the (Taseko Mines)annual report, their bankers are CIBC ... it might just be an unfortunate, in this case, coin-cidence, but it's a fact."

When asked whether he was saying Prentice leaked his deci-sion, Mulcair said he was "very careful" just to state facts.

Government House Leader John Baird says the opposition should table evidence if they have any....http://www.timminspress.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2864135
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7215 Postings, 3583 Tage videomartTaseko to build second mill at Gibraltar

 
  
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18.02.11 13:00
DAILY NEWS Feb 16, 2011 5:00 PM
COPPER PROCESSING: Taseko to build second mill at Gibraltar

BRITISH COLUMBIA -The board of Vancouver's Taseko Mines has approved spending to boost production by 30,000 t/d at its Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine by building a second concentrator at the site. The original concentrator treats 55,000 t/d.
Capital costs for the expansion are expected to be $235 million for the mill and a new moly recovery facility plus $90 million for new mining equipment.
The company said the additional capacity will increase annual copper production at Gibraltar by 60 million lb to 180 million lb at life-of-mine average grade. Moly production will rise by more than 1.0 million lb/y.
Taseko said it wants to move quickly to take advantage of record high copper prices. Construction will begin in early spring and commissioning is anticipated in Q4 2012.
Go-ahead for the project also requires the co-operation of Taseko's 25% Gibraltar joint venture partner, Cariboo Copper Corp., and the parties are now in discussions to this end.

http://www.canadianminingjournal.com/issues/story.aspx?aid=1000402457  

2521 Postings, 3010 Tage tagschlaeferEinstiegsgelegenheit, Kurs könnte sich langfristig

 
  
    #9
14.09.15 23:41
an den Wert der Global-Player Angleichen ....

MfG  

Clubmitglied, 319 Postings, 4182 Tage tomgainTaseko

 
  
    #10
27.03.17 10:39
Hallo zusammen,
schon etwas leergefegt hier.
Bin noch mit einer kleinen Position investiert.

Präsentation (März 2017)
https://www.tasekomines.com/investors/presentations
 
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Clubmitglied, 319 Postings, 4182 Tage tomgainFörderkosten 2017

 
  
    #11
27.03.17 10:43
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Clubmitglied, 319 Postings, 4182 Tage tomgainAusblick 2017

 
  
    #12
27.03.17 10:57
Aussage vom CEO:

?The strong finish to 2016, after another challenging year for the copper sector, and the positive momentum so far in 2017 is very exciting for the Company. With the general market sentiment that higher prices should remain in 2017, combined with Gibraltar?s higher production and lower costs, we expect a very successful year ahead. With our improved balance sheet today plus increased cash flows we expect in 2017 we will be in a strong position to address our debt obligations, well in advance of the 2019 maturity dates,? concluded Mr. Hallbauer.

Quelle:
Geschäftsbericht 2016 (22.02.17)
https://www.tasekomines.com/investors/financial-reports
 

Clubmitglied, 319 Postings, 4182 Tage tomgainBilanz 2016

 
  
    #13
27.03.17 11:08
Geschäftsbericht 2016 (22.02.17)
https://www.tasekomines.com/investors/financial-reports

 
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28 Postings, 1027 Tage LennyKLInvestierte?

 
  
    #14
02.07.17 14:07
Sind hier noch investierte?
Ich sehe Kupfer aufgrund der relativ guten globalen Konjunktur und des limitierten Angebots weiter als interessant.  

28 Postings, 1027 Tage LennyKLQ2 Zahlen

 
  
    #15
12.08.17 21:34
sehen gut aus.
https://www.tasekomines.com/investors/...s-in-the-second-quarter-2017
Allerdings wird der Umsatz im nächsten Quartal bis zu 10% geringer ausfallen wegen Unwetter an der wichtigsten Mine.

Hier die aktuelle Unternehmenspräsentation:
https://www.tasekomines.com/assets/docs/presentations/mar17-update.pdf  

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