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First Quantum Minerals Posts Q3 Loss Per Share Of $0.05
First Quantum Declares Commercial Production At Cobre Panama Effective September 1
Jiangxi Copper Says Pangaea Investment Management Acquired 6 Mln Shares Of First Quantum Minerals
First Quantum Minerals Ltd is a Canada-based company engaged in the production of copper, nickel, gold, zinc, silver and acid, and other related activities including exploration and development of mining properties. The Company’s operating mines are Ravensthorpe, Kansashi, Sentinel, Guelb Moghrein, Cayeli, Las Cruces and Pyhasalmi. The Company has operating mines located in Zambia, Finland, Turkey, Spain and Mauritania. The Company is developing the Cobre Panama copper project in Panama, exploring the Haquira copper deposit in Peru, the Taca Taca copper-gold-molybdenum deposit in Argentina and Trident.
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Philip K. R. Pascall
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
G. Clive Newall
Hannes O. Meyer
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General Manager - Finance
Director - Operations
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South Korea's LS Nikko Copper signed a contract with Canada's First Quantum Minerals (FQM) to buy 120,000 tonnes per year of copper concentrate for 15 years starting in 2020, the South Korean copper smelter said on Wednesday.
Shares of First Quantum Minerals Ltd rose as much as 17% on Thursday after an investment firm backed by Chinese state-owned Jiangxi Copper Co Ltd increased its stake in the Canadian miner.
Germany's North Channel Bank has been fined 110 million Danish crowns ($16.2 million) by a court in Denmark for its involvement in a dividend stripping scheme.
Canada's main stock index fell from record highs on Monday as fresh signs of weakness in the euro zone and worries about a U.S.-China trade deal kept investors on the sidelines, while shares in First Quantum Minerals Ltd slumped 10% after the miner denied takeover talks.
Canada's First Quantum Minerals Ltd on Monday confirmed it was in talks with China-based Jiangxi Copper Co Ltd for a potential sale of a minority interest in its Zambian copper assets.
Canada's main stock index opened lower on Monday as fresh signs of weakness in eurozone and worries about U.S.-China trade deal kept investors at bay, while shares in First Quantum Minerals Ltd slumped 10% after it denied takeover talks.
Canadian copper miner First Quantum Minerals Ltd said on Monday it had no knowledge of any potential takeover bids.
Canadian copper miner First Quantum Minerals Ltd <FM.TO> is drawing preliminary takeover interest from global miners after losing half its value over the past five years, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
Canada's main stock index climbed to a record high on Thursday, led by financial shares, as a thaw in U.S.-China trade tensions and the European Central Bank's new stimulus measures boosted investor sentiment.
Zambia has no plans to seize the assets of Quantum Minerals Ltd and the copper producer intends to stay in the country despite the government's move to wrest control of a rival miner, government and industry sources told Reuters.
Canadian miner First Quantum Minerals said on Wednesday it had "fully complied" with local rules in operating Cobre Panama, one of the region's largest copper mines, after Panama's president-elect said he would review the company's contract.
Panamanian President-elect Laurentino Cortizo said on Tuesday his government would review a mining contract awarded to a subsidiary of Canada's First Quantum Minerals, casting a cloud of uncertainty around a key project for the firm.
Panamanian President-elect Laurentino Cortizo said on Tuesday his incoming government would review a contract awarded to a subsidiary of Canadian mining firm First Quantum Minerals.
Canadian mining firm First Quantum Minerals says it has ended plans to layoff 2,500 workers in Zambia due to higher tax plans and will continue to dialogue with the government over the issue.
Canada's First Quantum Minerals (FQM) <FM.TO> said on Friday that it would lay off 2,500 workers in Zambia over plans by Africa's No.2 copper producer to hike mining taxes.
Canadian mining company First Quantum Minerals Ltd said on Monday a worker died and another was injured at its Cobre Panama project.
Canadian base metal miner First Quantum Minerals Ltd <FM.TO> said on Monday it had extended its hedging program for copper sales, as trade war worries push prices lower despite "excess demand" for its production.
Zambia concluded audits of mining companies that prompted the nation to slap Canadian miner First Quantum Minerals with a tax bill of over 76.5 billion Zambian kwacha ($8 billion), its revenue authority said on Monday.
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* QTRLY NET EARNINGS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF $0.07 PER SHARE
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