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26.11.19 07:37

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Eric Sprott Großaktionär


Eric Sprott explains what investors are getting wrong about Kirkland's all-stock Detour Gold deal
'The more I reflect on Detour, I think we?re ?stealing value? ? value that the market?s not seeing,' Sprott told the Financial Post

Toronto-based Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. on Monday announced a multibillion dollar acquisition of Detour Gold Corp., a deal that would elevate it into a major gold miner and could attract new institutional investors.

But investors weren?t impressed, with the stock declining 16 per cent by mid-afternoon to $40 on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Detour rose 3.6 per cent to $23.

The combination marries two near opposites: Kirkland Lake operates two high grade underground mines at some of the lowest cash costs in the sector, whereas Detour operates a single, low grade bulk tonnage open pit mine at comparatively higher costs.

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The acquisition would boost Kirkland?s annual gold production by about one-third to more than 1.5 million ounces per year, but its costs are also expected to rise.

The value of the all-stock deal was somewhat uncertain as of Monday, initially pegged at $4.9 billion but falling with Kirkland?s stock. If some investors expressed initial skepticism, one of the biggest and perhaps most important investors in Kirkland, billionaire Eric Sprott, who stepped down as chairman earlier this year, said he would support the deal.

?The more I reflect on Detour, I think we?re ?stealing value? ? value that the market?s not seeing,? Sprott told the Financial Post.

Detour reported all-in sustaining costs of $1,198 in the third quarter whereas Kirkland reported all-in sustaining costs of $562, about half of that.
Eric Sprott in October 2019. Peter J. Thompson/National Post

Nonetheless, Sprott said he had been studying Detour: With gold prices rising ? about 15 per cent since June to US$1467 per ounce ? higher cost producers can catch momentum more quickly than lower cost producers because they?re starting from a lower profit base.

For example, Detour reported revenue from mining operations of US$59.8 million in the third quarter ? compared to about US$15 million in the same quarter one year earlier. It said in its report that it had sold its gold for US$222 per ounce more on average during the quarter than the prior period.

Sprott also said he was encouraged by signs that Detour looks like it?s bringing costs down to around US$1,100 per ounce, and that could increase its gold production beyond the 621,000 ounces produced in 2018.

?I think we?re on the cusp of something really special,? he said. ?I think a lot of good things will happen at that property.?

Tony Makuch, chief executive of Kirkland Lake, said his company was attracted to Detour Lake by its sheer size. It provides the company with 15.4 million ounces of proven reserves, roughly triple what the company holds between its two underground mines, with Fosterville in Australia at about 2.7 million ounces, and Macassa, in Ontario at 2.2 million ounces.

   I think we?re on the cusp of something really special
   Eric Sprott

Plus, he said Detour is already lowering its costs, and its production has been rising on track to produce more than 600,000 ounces for a second straight year.

?You can see potential to get this up to well over 800,000 ounces per year production,? he said, adding that the company had spent only about $40 million on exploration during the past five years ? which Kirkland will look to increase.

Makuch said his company had long been interested in the mine, dating back to 2018 when Detour investor, John Paulson, a billionaire, successfully ousted the board and replaced the management, citing poor performance.
A spokesman for Paulson & Co. declined to comment on the proposed merger.

He said initial discussions began in August, but didn?t really pick up speed until last Thursday.

?It came together fairly quickly,? said Makuch.

Both Detour?s Lake mine and Kirkland?s Macassa underground mine are located on Ontario?s Abitibi Greenstone belt, about several hundred kilometres away from each other, and Kirkland Lake said it expects about $75 to $100 million in pre-tax synergies.
A gold pour at a Kirkland Lake Gold site. Handout/Kirkland Lake Gold.

The management of both companies declined to provide any details of how that would be achieved during a conference call on Monday morning.

Kerry Smith, an analyst at Haywood Securities who covers Detour, said he thinks the combined company, which would have a market valuation of around US$14 billion, could attract new institutional investors who want a gold stock in their portfolio, but who viewed Kirkland and Detour as too small or lacking in liquidity.

?All of a sudden you?re getting another company that could be a name these investors gravitate to,? he said.

David Neuhauser, managing director of a Illinois-based hedge fund, Livermore Partners, was ecstatic about the deal: In 2018, during the activist campaign launched by Paulson, he bought into Detour at around $11 per share.

In recent months, he had started to sell down his position as Detour?s stock soared above $24.

He predicted more consolidation in the gold space. Since 2018, there have been at least two other megamergers, with Barrick Gold Corp. swallowing Randgold Resources Ltd. in a US$6-billion deal and Newmont Gold Corp. merging with Goldcorp Inc. in a US$10-billion deal.

Under the deal, Kirkland agreed to exchange 0.43 of its shares for each Detour share, which give Detour shareholders approximately 27 per cent of the newly combined entity.

Before the deal was announced, Kirkland had been trading at $63.33, one of the best performing stocks on the TSX during the past two years, rising 228.5 per cent in that time.

Having dropped 16 per cent, to $53.24, that meant the deal still valued Detour?s shares at approximately $22.89 apiece ? slightly less than the $27.50 announced by the companies.
A November 2013 handout photo of Detour Gold?s Detour Lake open pit mining. Handout/Detour Gold

Smith noted Kirkland trades at 12 times its cash flow whereas Detour trades at 8 times. The difference in the trading multiple of their net asset value is more stark, he added, calculating Kirkland trades at 2.1 times whereas Detour is 0.9.

?Undoubtedly, (Detour) is higher cost, so investors are wondering what?s going to happen to the multiple,? Smith said.

Kirkland was smart to move while its stock had a high valuation, and could be used as a currency, Smith noted.

It was a point that Sprott, who owns approximately 14 million shares of Kirkland, according to one recent estimate, raised too: Kirkland is not taking any debt to complete the deal.

He compared the market reaction to Kirkland Lake?s acquisition of the Fosterville mine in 2016, which Sprott helped engineer, and which the market initially disliked. Yet after more exploration, Fosterville emerged as one of the highest grade gold mines in the world and helped give Kirkland one of the highest trading multiples of any of its peers.

Eric Sprott explains what investors are getting wrong about Kirkland's all-stock Detour Gold deal
'The more I reflect on Detour, I think we?re ?stealing value? ? value that the market?s not seeing,' Sprott told the Financial Post

?When Kirkland bought Fostervile, everyone hated it, well, the market did,? Sprott said. ?And the market was wrong.?

Makuch said given the exploration potential at Detour Gold?s property it was similar to Fosterville in that it has the potential to provide a big contribution to Kirkland Lake?s bottom line.

?We got to recognize that Fosterville is a special asset, and we may not find another of those in the world, even though we keep looking,? said Makuch. ?And Detour is a very special asset too.?

The deal must be approved by two-thirds of shareholders and is not expected to close until next year.

Financial Post  

26.11.19 07:46

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Weiterer Artikel


CEO says Kirkland can cut costs after Detour deal

25th November 2019

By: Bloomberg

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NEW YORK ? Kirkland Lake Gold CEO Tony Makuch was quick to assuage investors that the planned C$4.9-billion acquisition of Detour Gold Corp. won?t boost the company?s cost after shares tumbled.

Shares of Canada?s Kirkland Lake slumped 16%, poised for the biggest decline since July 2015, after announcing an all-share deal to buy Detour Gold, which operates the Detour Lake mine in Ontario. Detour Lake is expected to produce for more than 20 years and can generate 600,000 ounces a year.

Gold mining acquisitions have surged since 2018 after Barrick Gold?s takeover of Randgold Resources, and Newmont Mining?s acquisition of Goldcorp. Consolidating the projects after the mergers hasn?t been easy for Newmont, which inherited a company saddled by growing pains as it integrates Goldcorp assets.

In the case of Kirkland?s deal, the company will take on Detour Lake, whose cost is double that of the acquiring miner.

?There?s significant benefit in terms of maintaining or reducing costs from current levels,? Makuch said in a telephone interview. ?This is definitely a long-life asset that has potential to grow production and continue to be a long-life asset.?

Kirkland has managed to cut its all-in sustaining cost or the cost to keep its mines in business by almost half to $562/oz in the third quarter, from three years earlier. That compares with a 15% gain in Detour?s cost of $1,198.

Kirkland?s stock price has surged in the three years through Friday, climbing eight-fold, as profits soared. That has put the company in a strong position to expand. The Detour Lake gold mine is about the same size as Kirkland?s biggest project, the Fosterville mine in Australia.

The acquisition ?will increase Kirkland Lake?s overall cost profile", Fahad Tariq, an analyst at Credit Suisse Group AG said in a note before trading started Monday. ?It also raises concerns about potentially weaker exploration updates coming at Fosterville.?

Detour shareholders will receive 0.4343 share of Kirkland, according to the statement. After the deal is completed, existing Kirkland shareholders will own 73% of the new company, with Detour owners holding the rest. The agreement values Detour at C$27.50 a share, a 24% premium to the closing price on Friday, Kirkland said in a statement.

SLIPPING VALUE

After Kirkland shares plunged Monday, the value of the offer has fallen to C$23. Detour shares advanced 3.3% to C$22.94 in Toronto.

Detour shares have doubled this year, helped by a rally in gold prices. Paulson & Co. led an overthrow of the board in 2018 after a bitter proxy battle, in which he called for the company to put itself up for sale.

The new entity would have gold production of about 1.5-million ounces in 2019 and free cash flow of $700-million, Kirkland said.  

26.11.19 08:04

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Weiterer Artikel

https://seekingalpha.com/article/...acqusition-stacks-prior-takeovers

Kirkland Lake Buys Detour: How The Acqusition Stacks Up Against Prior Takeovers
Nov. 25, 2019 12:56 PM ET|
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Kirkland Lake Gold announced this week that they are acquiring Detour Gold Corporation in all all-share deal valued at $3.68 billion US.

The deal will transform Kirkland Lake into a 1.6 million-ounce producer, but will likely take away the company's premium it's enjoyed for its industry-leading cost profile.

On a comparative basis to prior deals, the deal looks quite expensive.

It's been a relatively quiet couple of months on the M&A front in the resource sector, given the excitement around precious metals prices since rate-cut season started in July. The most recent two acquisitions were a takeover of private Russian company N-Mining by Kinross Gold and the Barkerville acquisition by Osisko Gold Royalties (OR). However, as of this morning, we've got the first whiff of animal spirits back in the sector following Kirkland Lake Gold's (KL) acquisition of Detour Gold (OTCPK:DRGDF). This is the largest acquisition we've seen since the Goldcorp (GG) takeover by Newmont (NEM), and a massive deal for Kirkland Lake as this works out to nearly 35% of their current market cap. While the 60% bump in total annual production that Kirkland Lake will enjoy is undoubtedly a positive, I would be highly surprised if the stock did not see a decent hit to its multiple after changing its stripes. Given the $240.00~/oz. paid for the deal, I see the acquisition as expensive, especially given that it will affect Kirkland Lake Gold's multiple going forward.

(Source: Author's Photo)

As we can see from the above image examining the most recent acquisition of Detour Gold by Kirkland Lake, Kirkland Lake has added significantly to its reserve base, more than tripling this figure on a company-wide basis. Kirkland Lake Gold's two flagship projects, Macassa and Fosterville, currently hold a reserve base of roughly 5 million ounces, and Detour Lake has a 15.4 million ounce resource. While this is a massive increase to Kirkland Lake Gold's mine life and allows them to continue to grow production, I would argue that not all reserves are the same. Kirkland Lake Gold's reserve grades before the deal were over 25 grams per ton gold on a consolidated basis, and Detour Gold's reserve grade is 0.96 grams per ton gold. Therefore, the company is transitioning from an ultra-low-cost, high-grade producer, to a larger producer but with higher costs and lower grades on a consolidated basis.

(Source: Company Presentation)

(Source: Detour Gold Company Presentation)

Many investors likely realized that an acquisition by Kirkland Lake Gold was inevitable, but I don't think that Detour Gold was at the top of anyone's list. Not only is the company was one of the highest cost producers in the sector, but it's also an open-pit mine vs. the underground operations that Kirkland Lake Gold has generally specialized in. Given that Kirkland Lake Gold's annual production growth was tapering off, a deal had to be done. However, I'm not elated with the deal, nor the price that was paid to acquire Detour Gold. Let's take a closer look at past acquisitions below:

As we can see from the below table I've built of past acquisitions of gold producers under $5 billion market caps, we can see that the average price paid per ounce was $133.71/oz. It's certainly worth pointing out that most of these deals were done at lower gold prices, and the most recent and applicable comparable was the Atlantic Gold (OTCPK:SPVEF) acquisition by St. Barbara Mines earlier this year at a price tag of $239.13/oz. However, St. Barbara was getting a world-class asset by acquiring Atlantic Gold's Moose River Project in Nova Scotia, as the trailing-twelve-month all-in sustaining costs at the project were below $600/oz. Therefore, while it may have looked like St. Barbara was paying an arm and a leg to acquire Atlantic Gold, it was getting the 2nd lowest cost producer in a tier-1 jurisdiction in the mining sector at the time.

(Source: Author's Table)

(Source: Author's Table)

If we take a look at the Kirkland Lake acquisition of Detour Gold, we've got the same price paid per ounce, but Atlantic Gold's costs were half what Detour Gold's costs are. Detour Gold's all-in sustaining costs on a trailing-twelve-month basis are $1,121/oz, more than double Atlantic Gold's costs of $550/oz. Therefore, while Kirkland Lake Gold is paying a deserved premium for an asset in a tier-1 jurisdiction, this should be discounted by the fact that they are buying a cost-leader. Whether Kirkland Lake Gold believes they can get all-in sustaining costs down below $900/oz. long-term is irrelevant, as they are paying for what Detour is today, and I think they overpaid on this basis. Thus far, the market seems to agree with me, with Kirkland Lake Gold tumbling 15% in early trade.

(Source: Detour Gold Presentation)
(Source: TC2000.com)

So what is the good news about the acquisition? Let's take a look:

As we can see from the below table of Kirkland Lake Gold's annual production and guidance, the company has squeezed just about as much of the juice out of its current assets as was possible. This is why production growth had tapered on near 1.0 - 1.1 million ounces in FY-2020 and FY-2021, and it wasn't likely to increase past this without a new discovery. The company has transformed Fosterville from an average mine to a world-class asset, and Macassa continues to fire on all cylinders with annual gold production up 30% the past three years and expected to reach 400,000 ounces by 2022 (up from 240,000 ounces this year). Therefore, the decision to acquire Detour Gold allows the company to continue to grow annual production by nearly 60%, and to make a move into the gold major space as the next 1.5 plus million-ounce producer. The deal also allows them to retain their status as a tier-1 producer, with operations all contained to Canada and Australia. If there's one massive silver lining to this deal, it's that Kirkland Lake Gold recognized that it has received a premium for its exceptional jurisdictions, and stayed within its core competency here. An acquisition in a tier-2 jurisdiction would have seen the market throwing the book at Kirkland Lake Gold.

(Source: Kirkland Lake Gold Presentation)
(Source: Company Presentation)

In addition to the growth in annual production and maintaining the company's status in tier-1 jurisdictions, Detour Gold may not be the unattractive asset that it looks like on paper. In the conference call, both Kirkland Lake and Detour Gold management discussed that costs should improve considerably at Detour Lake, and we've seen some evidence of operational improvements already in the most recent quarter. As the below chart shows, gold recoveries are up trending up over the past two years, albeit slightly, and all-in sustaining costs are trending down. While this trend down in all-in sustaining costs is already from exorbitantly high levels, it is a step in the right direction.

Ultimately, I see the potential for Detour Lake to produce at below $1,000/oz. all-in sustaining costs, but this is still quite a drag on Kirkland Lake Gold's currently all-in sustaining costs of $584/oz. for the first nine months of 2019. If we apply a weighted average assuming production at Detour Lake is 40% of Kirkland Lake Gold's total output, that leaves us with a current consolidated all-in sustaining cost of $798/oz. for the pro-forma company. Assuming Kirkland Lake Gold can help to drive costs down to $1,000/oz. at Detour Lake, this would give the company a consolidated all-in sustaining cost profile of $750/oz. This is still a nearly 30% jump from the company's current cost basis and justifies a contraction in Kirkland Lake Gold's premium multiple it has enjoyed in the past. I see it as highly unlikely that the market is going to value Kirkland Lake at the same multiple when it's transitioning from the cost-leader in the industry to a slightly better than average cost producer.

(Source: Company Presentation)

The other benefit worth noting, and discussed on the conference call, is the $100 million in synergies the company expects it can achieve on an annual basis. It's worth noting that these synergies should take a minimum of 18 months to realize, but this is significant and indeed a benefit to long-term shareholders if correct.

There are both positives and negatives to the deal, but one must realize that an acquisition of some sort was required to boost Kirkland Lake Gold's reserve life. This reserve life was already dwindling down with only 5 million ounces in reserves left, and a 1-million ounce annual production profile. However, I am not enamored with this acquisition choice, and also believe they overpaid on a relative basis to past acquisitions. For this reason, some short-term turbulence and the market's disapproval is not surprising. Long-term, however, I believe we can give credit to Kirkland Lake Gold CEO Tony Makuch that he made the right choice. The team at Kirkland Lake Gold clearly has a past of under-promising and over-delivering, and I expect that they can drive costs down at Detour Lake while also increasing throughput to the 85,000 - 90,000 ton per day goal at the Detour Lake Mine. It's important to note, though, that these synergies and optimizations are not going to show up overnight. Instead, they should take at least 18 months to play out, and Kirkland Lake Gold is undoubtedly playing the long game.

While Kirkland Lake Gold can now continue its growth strategy given the bump in annual production and 8-year increase in reserve life, this has come at a cost to the company's premium multiple it's received in the past. In addition, the deal has come at a cost to diluting the company's average reserve grade and the company's all-in sustaining cost margins from $580~/oz. to likely $750/oz. at a minimum. In summary, I do not hate the Detour Gold acquisition by Kirkland Lake, but I do think they overpaid and could have got a better price. Based on this, some punishment from the market is not surprising, but long-term shareholders should be fine here if they can sit through some short to medium-term turbulence.  

27.11.19 19:08

206 Postings, 1129 Tage HotStockRiskDeal + Aussicht

Bin nun auch drin!
In meinen Augen ein richtig gutes Invest.
Der Deal ist langfristig sehr stark.
Goldpreisentwicklung spielt sicher auch eine Rolle.
Es war klar, dass es erstmal einen Rücksetzer gibt bei dem Deal, der war da. Jetzt ist in meinen Augen ein guter Einstiegspunkt.
Erstes Ziel: 50 USD

Wie lange seid ihr schon dabei? Performance des letzten Jahres ist natürlich sehr stark. Aber ich denke, es ist auch jetzt nicht zu spät.  

01.12.19 13:03

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982HotStockRisk

Nein zu spät ist es nicht. Sind Sie den unter 36 Euro rein ?
Allerdings hat Kirkland die größte Performance schon hinter sich. Sollte Kirkland sich aber weiterhin gut entwickeln, vor allem in Bezug auf die Mine von Detour( Produktionserweiterung bis zu 900000 Unzen und die Kostensenkungen bis auf unter 900 US Dollar pro Unze Gesamtkosten in den nächsten 3 Jahren, sowie die erfolgreiche Erweiterung auf Macassa und die Reserveerhöhung auf Fosterville. Hier wird es ganz wichtig sein, ob man die hohen noch Grades weiterhin halten kann). Wenn dies so eintreffen sollte, +weiterhin ein stabiler + leicht steigender Goldpreis vorherrschen sollte, steht einer positiven Aktienentwicklung nichts entgegen.  

02.12.19 09:33

206 Postings, 1129 Tage HotStockRiskEK

ja ich bin etwas unter 36 reingekommen. Aktuell knapp 6% Plus.
Ich bin gespannt was kommt. Ich kann mir durchaus vorstellen, dass es recht zügig noch einmal in die Region geht, vor dem Deal.
Bleibt spannend.  

02.12.19 15:39

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982HotStockRisk

Sehr guter Einkaufskurs wie ich finde! Das wird schon wieder hier.  

02.12.19 18:21

206 Postings, 1129 Tage HotStockRiskDanke Alfons..

Bin selbst überrascht. Wenige Invests von mir, legen direkt nach dem Kauf um so viel zu.
Wann bist du denn rein? Ziehst du deinen VK Preis nach? Welche Ziele hast du bei dem Invest? (gerne auch per PN, um das Forum nicht zuzuspammen)
 

04.12.19 18:55

1208 Postings, 2376 Tage KnightRainer..........

bin auch heute mit 500St . eingestiegen unter 37?.
Gold wird ab Januar wieder massiv steigen und der Deal wird sich für Kirkland sehr gut rechnen.
Dann wird das nur eine kleine Kursdelle sein jetzt.
Auf so eine Chance hatte ich gewartet.  

19.12.19 11:09

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Neuste Nachrichten

Die geben ja aktuell richtig Gas. Das hört sich alles gut an, obwohl die Kosten insgesamt ein wenig steigen werden, von einem sehr nidriegem Niveau aus. Vor allem die Royaltie steigt ordentlich auf Fosterville. Was gut ist, dass die Produktion auf Fosterville die nächsten 3 Jahre über 600000 Unzen bleiben soll. Das ist ja unsere absolute Cashkuh. Dazu kommt jetzt extra endlich die neue Produktion auf den North Terr. dazu. Ich denke das sollte die letzten Zweifler bei Detour überzeugen mit ja zu stimmen. Ich denke das durch diese neuen Nachrichten der Kurs schon viel früher sich nach oben machen könnnte und zu guter letzt, die neue Produktion auf Robins Hill im Jahre 2023+ Detour im nächsten Jahr.

https://www.minenportal.de/...New-Projects-to-Drive-Production-Growth
 

07.02.20 12:16

1208 Postings, 2376 Tage KnightRainer.....

Bei dem Goldpreis und dem ausgebombten Kirkland Kurs musste ich mal ein paar Stücke ins Depot einparken.  

11.02.20 12:49

2613 Postings, 948 Tage neymarKirkland Lake Gold

20.02.20 13:04

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Kirkland Lake Gold

die beste Goldaktie seit 2015. Mit den heutigen verkündeteten Zahlen und den starken Goldpreis über 1600 US Dollar sollte jetzt endgültig die Korrektur vorbei sein. Ich habe während diese Korrektur ca. 600 %  Buchverluste hinnehmen müssen. Dividende wird auch verdopelt. Die Aussichten könnten nicht besser sein.
Kirkland Lake's 2019 earnings rise to $560.08M (U.S.)
www.stockwatch.com/News/Item/?bid=Z-C%3aKL-2867790
seekingalpha.com/news/...eed_news_all&utm_medium=referral
www.stockwatch.com/News/Item/?bid=Z-C%3aKL-2867771
www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/...eral-Reserves.html
seekingalpha.com/news/...-2020-plans-to-double-dividends-well
 

20.02.20 13:42

1208 Postings, 2376 Tage KnightRainer..........

wow, da klingt ja wirklich ALLES positiv. Gold zieht auch weiter an. Ich denke bis 1700USD geht das jetzt auch.
Auf zu alten Höhen bei Kirkland... die News ist FANTASTISCH  

03.03.20 10:13

2613 Postings, 948 Tage neymarKirkland Lake Gold

03.03.20 10:19

3168 Postings, 5762 Tage bradettiHey Alfons1982,

wie wertest du die KL-beteiligung bei Wallbridge und die Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass KL in Richtung Wallbridge den großen Fühler ausstreckt?

KL hat Detour übernommen. Wallbridge verleibt sich Balmoral ein (lt. gestriger News). Das ganze Gebiet konsolidiert sich....  

14.03.20 09:42

2613 Postings, 948 Tage neymarKirkland Lake Gold

07.05.20 16:05

93 Postings, 2370 Tage driftyGoldgrübchen

Quartalgewinn trotz COVID 19 , keine Schulden! Dividendenverdoppelung!  

11.05.20 11:23

3224 Postings, 4412 Tage Alfons1982Bradetti

das kann ganz gut sein zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt. Vor allem ist Makuch mit am Board gegangen. Durch den Zusammenschluss mit Balmoral wird das ganze Gebiet konsolidiert. Sollten hier nachhaltig weitere High Grades Unzen im großen Umfang gefunden werden, würde sich doch eine Übernahme hier anbieten. Ich denke Sprott wird dann seine Ideen haben.  

01.07.20 21:56

711 Postings, 3896 Tage black.jacknew guidance...

Kirkland Lake relatively unscathed from COVID-19 mine suspensions
https://www.kitco.com/news/2020-07-01/...-COVID-19-mine-closures.html  

08.07.20 12:12
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6277 Postings, 1235 Tage VassagoKL.TO 59.71 C$

Produktionszahlen für Q2/20

  • 330 koz Gold
    • Fosterville 155 koz
    • Detour 132 koz
    • Macassa 42 koz
    • Holt 1 koz (temporär ausgesetzt, Holt Complex steht zum Verkauf)
  • Prognose FY20 ~ 1,35-1,40 Moz Gold Produktion
    • Fosterville 590-610 koz
    • Detour 520-540 koz
    • Macassa 210-220 koz
    • Holt 29 koz

https://www.kl.gold/news-and-media/default.aspx


 

13.10.20 12:32

6277 Postings, 1235 Tage VassagoKL.TO 67.17 C$

Produktionszahlen für das September-Quartal 2020

  • 340 koz Gold
    • Detour Lake 140 koz Gold
    • Fosterville 161 koz Gold
    • Macassa 38 koz Gold
  • FY20 Prognose von 1,35-1,40 Moz Gold bestätigt
  • Dividende um 50% angehoben, von 0,125 auf 0,1875$

https://www.miningweekly.com/article/...ut-in-sept-quarter-2020-10-13

 

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