The gold mining stocks on our list today are expected to produce this year at an all-in sustaining cost of US$800/ozt, as compared to their peers, which are guided to produce at US$950/ozt.
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1. Premier Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX:PG)
Premier Gold Mines operates two producing mines, a developing mine, and three exploration projects throughout North America…
- Market Cap: $543.0 Million
- Gold Production FY2017: 139,658 oz.
- Gold Production Guidance FY2018: 85,000 – 95,000 oz.
- All-In Production Cost FY2017 (USD): $627/oz. Au
- All-In Production Cost FY2018 (USD): $800-850 /oz. Au
- YTD Total Return: -23.3%
2. Alacer Gold Corp. (TSX:ASR)
Alacer Gold is a U.S.-based gold company operating in Turkey…
- Market Cap: $725.6 Million
- Gold Production FY2017: 168,163 oz.
- Gold Production Guidance FY2018: 120,000 – 190,000 oz.
- All-In Production Cost FY2017 (USD): $685/oz. Au
- All-In Production Cost FY2018 (USD): $750-800 /oz. Au
- YTD Total Return: 8.1%
3. Roxgold Inc. (TSX:ROXG)
Roxgold is a gold producer operating in Burkina Faso operating the only underground gold mine in the country…
- Market Cap: $481.3 Million
- Gold Production FY2017: 126,990 oz.
- Gold Production Guidance FY2018: 110,000 – 220,000 oz.
- All-In Production Cost FY2017 (USD): $740/oz. Au
- All-In Production Cost FY2018 (USD): $780-830 /oz. Au
- YTD Total Return: -9.3%
4. Dundee Precious Metals Inc. (TSX:DPM)
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Dundee Precious Metals is a Canada-based gold explorer and producer with one operating mine and one development project, as well as four other exploration projects around the world…
- Market Cap: $569.4 Million
- Gold Production FY2017: 197,684 oz.
- Gold Production Guidance FY2018: 140,000 – 170,000 oz.
- All-In Production Cost FY2017 (USD): $802/oz. Au
- All-In Production Cost FY2018 (USD): $640-855 /oz. Au
- YTD Total Return: 8.3%
5. Centerra Gold Inc. (TSX:CG)
Centerra Gold is a…gold producer with a focus on royalties with strong free cash flows. The Company holds four producing royalty assets and 14 other royalty assets, located primarily in Canada, but also in Mexico, Australia, and Turkey. On May 17, 2018, the Company announced sale of three royalty assets and a silver stream for US$200M.
- Market Cap: $2,130.0 Million
- Gold Production FY2017: 785,316 oz.
- Gold Production Guidance FY2018: 645,000 – 715,000 oz.
- All-In Production Cost FY2017 (USD): $688/oz. Au
- All-In Production Cost FY2018 (USD): $810-900 /oz. Au
- YTD Total Return: 13.0%
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