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venerdì 13 novembre 2015

Barrick Gold vende altre sue miniere, questa volta in Nevada

La miniera d'oro di Bald Mountain, Nevada, USA

I debiti premono particolarmente sul piu' grosso miner in oro al mondo, piu' che su altri colossi dell'estrazione dell'oro e ...
(...) The assets to be sold are Bald Mountain and Ruby Hill mine, as well as its 50% stake in the Round Mountain mine and a 70% interest in the Spring Valley project. 
Fellow Canadian miner Kinross Gold (TSX:K) (NYSE:KGC) is acquiring the stake in Round Mountain mine and all of the Bald Mountain mine, where the two gold producers are forming a 50-50 exploration joint venture. In total, Kinross is paying Barrick $610 million. 
In addition, units of Waterton Precious Metals Fund II Cayman LP have agreed to buy Barrick’s interest in Spring Valley and all of Ruby Hill mine for $110 million. 
In May, the company sold half of its Porgera mine in Papua New Guinea to Zijin Mining Group in a $298 million cash deal. 
And in July, Barrick sold a 50% stake in its Zaldívar copper mine in Chile to Antofagasta Plc (LON:ANTO) for $1 billion.
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