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Centerra Gold Inc (CG.TO)

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Thu, May 17 2018

BRIEF-Centerra Gold Announces Us$200 Million Sale Of Royalty Portfolio And Kemess Silver Stream

* CENTERRA GOLD ANNOUNCES US$200 MILLION SALE OF ROYALTY PORTFOLIO AND KEMESS SILVER STREAM Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reuters.Briefs@thomsonreuters.com)

BRIEF-Centerra Gold Reports Q1 Earnings Per Share Of $0.03

* Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.02 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

Kyrgyz state miner has not seen Chaarat's Kumtor takeover offer

BISHKEK Kyrgyz gold miner Kyrgyzaltyn has not yet seen or studied an offer by Chaarat Gold Holdings to take over the Kumtor gold mine, its deputy chief executive, Bektur Sagynov, said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Kyrgyz state miner has not seen Chaarat's Kumtor takeover offer

BISHKEK, April 25 Kyrgyz gold miner Kyrgyzaltyn has not yet seen or studied an offer by Chaarat Gold Holdings to take over the Kumtor gold mine, its deputy chief executive, Bektur Sagynov, said on Wednesday.

Centerra Gold says no interest in offer for Kyrgyz mine

ALMATY Canada's Centerra Gold said on Tuesday it had received an unsolicited bid for its Kumtor gold mine in Kyrgyzstan from Chaarat Gold Holdings (CGH) but that it had informed the London-listed company that it was not interested in the offer.

UPDATE 1-Centerra Gold says no interest in offer for Kyrgyz mine

ALMATY, April 24 Canada's Centerra Gold said on Tuesday it had received an unsolicited bid for its Kumtor gold mine in Kyrgyzstan from Chaarat Gold Holdings (CGH) but that it had informed the London-listed company that it was not interested in the offer.

Chaarat Gold offers to buy Centerra's Kyrgyz mine

ALMATY, April 24 London-listed Chaarat Gold Holdings (CGH) offered on Tuesday to buy Kyrgyzstan's largest gold mine, Kumtor, from Canada's Centerra Gold for an undisclosed cash sum, in a deal that would also involve Kyrgyz state firm Kyrgyzaltyn.

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