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First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (FM.TO)

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15.93-0.03 (-0.19%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
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Previous close15.96
Open15.70
Bid15.92 x N/A
Ask15.94 x N/A
Day's range15.26 - 16.01
52-week range9.31 - 39.13
Volume2,344,638
Avg. volume3,007,572
Market cap13.278B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.01
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.91
Earnings date23 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.21 (1.57%)
Ex-dividend date25 Aug 2023
1y target est17.16
  • Bloomberg

    Rio, Saudi Arabia Said Vying for First Quantum Mines Stake

    (Bloomberg) -- Rio Tinto Group and Saudi Arabia’s state-backed Manara Minerals Investment Co. are among suitors considering bids for a stake in First Quantum Minerals Ltd.’s Zambian copper mines, according to people familiar with the matter.Most Read from BloombergDubai Grinds to Standstill as Flooding Hits CityElon Wants His Money BackRecord Rainfall in Dubai? Blame Climate Change, Not Cloud SeedingSingapore Loses ‘World’s Best Airport’ Crown to QatarRed Lobster Considers Bankruptcy to Deal Wit

  • Reuters

    Panama election unlikely to shift outlook for First Quantum's copper mine

    Prospects are poor for First Quantum Minerals to recover its canceled concession for a lucrative copper mine after presidential elections in May, a Reuters review of the campaigns' proposals and interviews with protest leaders show. Protests against First Quantum's concession demanding greater environmental guarantees and transparency in negotiations made authorities not only annul its contract to operate one of the world's largest and newest copper mines but ban all new metal mining permits last year. Metal traders and investors are closely watching the election outcome to see if a new president could help revive mining in Panama.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Panama election unlikely to shift outlook for First Quantum's copper mine

    Prospects are poor for First Quantum Minerals to recover its canceled concession for a lucrative copper mine after presidential elections in May, a Reuters review of the campaigns' proposals and interviews with protest leaders show. Protests against First Quantum's concession demanding greater environmental guarantees and transparency in negotiations made authorities not only annul its contract to operate one of the world's largest and newest copper mines but ban all new metal mining permits last year. Metal traders and investors are closely watching the election outcome to see if a new president could help revive mining in Panama.