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IAMGOLD Corp T.IMG

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold

Iamgold Corp is a gold mining company. The Company explores, develops and operates gold mining properties. It also operates the niobium mine.
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some interesting points in this article

For its part, Barrick is attempting to sell $3bn worth of assets in order to eat into its $10bn debt pile which is so large that it nearly rivals its market capitalisation. It isn’t alone, South...read more
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Management should pay themselves more...

They should ussue a few hundred million more shares and give them to themselves. Then they should borrow from whatever stupid lender they can con into a loan and then give themselves a bonus. Gotta...read more
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RE:11.25% Yankee Bonds IAMGold, BB-/B1 Rated, Matures Oct 2020

The balance sheet is in good condition but management has thus far been unable to generate long term sustainable operational cash flows from their existing mines. A lot of times companies will buy and...read more
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11.25% Yankee Bonds IAMGold, BB-/B1 Rated, Matures Oct 2020

This is a good read........Positive info ........ PreferGolf Summary   Has a robust $833 million worth of cash, cash equivalents and gold on hand as a result of the sale of it's Niobec...read more
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buying and selling assets is a Bay Street con job..

Until managers bear down and manage existing mines by reducing costs and increasing productivity all these asset buys and sells will be futile. What is IMG doing to lower their AISC ? Shareholder heat...read more
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RE:RE:Mergers pick up the pace

The rumours swirling around Big Mick don't include IMG at this time (in the media anway) although I don't doubt for a moment that he has had a look.  Apparently he is not excluding gold from his...read more
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RE:RE:volume

Great Summary Post.   Hopefuly they can go down the list, and hammer these items out.   Selling Sadiola in full woudl be a huge win for IAG. Loads of Cash.  rate and reply
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RE:Mergers pick up the pace

Indeed. Consolidation conitnues.   However, I am not sure who would be the best fit to buy IAG.    Lots of potential buyout and merger companys, but not too many acquiring suitors that fit the bill.  ...read more
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Mergers pick up the pace

The latest between Alamos and AuRico makes a combined company bigger than IMG. Merger Is IMG far behind?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:volume

Correction on that MXI profit.   Their 20% is up $4 million.......but hey every bit counts!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:volume

Investors have to scratch for positives about IMG but here are a couple that haven't been recognized which help balance off some of the bad hedges. Currency gains.  As long as our luminous management...read more
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RE:volume

I expect there are numerous things swirling around in the background right now.  Heard from Letwin lately?   I suspect he's pretty busy hammering out details of deals. 1. Sadiola is one possibility. ...read more
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volume

Volume is up noticeably the last two days .... any thoughts why .... the Mali deal? Maybe just excellent bottom feeding at these prices.  rate and reply
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oil prices ....

Iamgold is contributing to this at ~ 5 million per quarter by my estimate ... but Carol is happy with Iamgold's oil hedges as they "protect the companies margins" by her muddled thinking!! Sane folks...read more
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RE:RE:RE:IMG bidding for Sadiola and Yatela in Mali

According to Africa Mining Intelligence, IMG is in the process of buying Sadiola and then may be flipping Anglo's shares to Wanboa, a Chinese miner. IamGold acquires Anglo’s assets while Bamako...read more
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RE:RE:Letter to IR and Bob Tait

Wilwal - very smart comment. Appreciate it!!! I think Sadiola could be a good mine if IAG is clear on it's intentions. If the AISC can drop to $800 and produce close to 400K oz combined then it would...read more
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RE:RE:Letter to IR and Bob Tait

I will do it now.   Thank you. Van  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Letter to IR and Bob Tait

Points well taken, and I realize my comments will likely have little to no sway.  However: 1.  Quebec, Ontario, Nevada.....First nation issues are manageable. 2.  All the juniors (US included) are...read more
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RE:Letter to IR and Bob Tait

It's good to be an active shareholder but I doubt your suggestions will hold much sway. First of all.....North America.  Sure it's a "safe" jurisdiction.....well, safe from overt government...read more
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RE:Letter to IR and Bob Tait

I suggest you email directly to Letwin at [email protected] i have emailed him few times and he is pretty responsive.  rate and reply