Only 2 Canadian gold miners have exhibited geometric growth in their operating margins over the past 5 years. Here they are!
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1. OceanaGold Corporation (TSX: OGC)
OceanaGold Corporation is a mid-tier, low-cost, multinational gold producer with assets located in the Philippines, New Zealand and the United States.
- Operating Margin geometric growth (5 year) – 24%
- Market Cap – $2.4 billion
2. Barrick Gold Corporation (TSX: ABX)
Barrick Gold Corporation is an international gold company with operating mines and development projects in the United States, Canada, South America, Australia, and Africa…
- Operating Margin geometric growth (5 year) – 15%
- Market Cap – $26.1 billion
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