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Teck Resources Ltd T.TCK.B

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Primary Symbol: T.TCK.A
Alternate Symbol(s):  TCK| TCKRF

Teck Resources Ltd is engaged in mining and related activities including exploration, development, processing, smelting, refining and reclamation. Its major products are steelmaking coal, copper, zinc and lead.
Price: $8.47 | Change: $-0.53 | %Change: -5.89%
Volume: 842,672 | Day High/Low: 8.80/8.43 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.56/7.08
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Thank you louel. I'll do that next time. Cheers,  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Plan for Teck

maxxprophet wrote: Extracting oil from oil sands is just that: extracting oil from oil sands. It is not mining. Teck are truck and shovel experts which is how Fort hills will be operated.  rate and reply
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Madman:     To post a web adress on Stockhouse so it opens you have to use the "insert url" feature  Little basket on the bottom row above. more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Plan for Teck  rate and reply
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Not mining ?

  That is not exactly true.   Approximately 20% of the oil in the tar sands is mineable.  And is is being done at some locations. more
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RE:RE:RE:Plan for Teck

Extracting oil from oil sands is just that: extracting oil from oil sands. It is not mining.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Plan for Teck

Extracting oil from oil sands is mining too.   rate and reply
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In the News: Teck Resources

Teck Resources Ltd was mentioned in the following article: [url= ]Staking Expands GTA Resources' Burnt Pond Zinc-Copper Project in Newfoundland[/url] By ResourceClips  rate and reply
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RE:Plan for Teck

All that money they wasted on oil sands they could of bought out Cameco and become a dominate player in the industry and in something they understand - mining.  rate and reply
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What about Don Lindsay?

If he was "pursuing other opportunities" it would be good for at least $2/share...  rate and reply
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News: Teck & Goldcorp Combine Projects

Sounds good as long as no money is spent now.  rate and reply
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RE:Risk of Uncertainity

Teck sells it's coal in 3 month contracts if i remeber correctly. Different grades recieve different prices. Also copper and zinc are higher on the LME then on the CME. So the prices you more
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Risk of Uncertainity

when is the ceo going to take a cut in his pay , this reminds me of 2009, when company almost went under, risk could be bck again, ceo must speak to ensure the shareholders  rate and reply
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May have to C&P address  rate and reply
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RE:Teck not doing fine

This shows historical prices of oil.   By clicking on the hourly or shorter time frames it is live data for the selected period.    During the crash of 2009 the low was $ more
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Fitch downgrade fyi  rate and reply
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Teck not doing fine

The market has passed judgement. The oil glut now a multi-year problem, so how on Earth can you pull a figure like $80 out of thin air? Remember that Fort Hills can produce for below $30 a barrel, more
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teck is doing just fine.

Teck is doing just fine. They were cash flow positive in all their operations. There share of the oil project is 36,000boe. Oil will probably be $80 a barrel when the project delivers it's more
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Plan for Teck

(1) Divest of garbage, so-called assets like coal. (2) Vend 50% of its interest in the Fort Hills tar project to an oil sands player. (3) Increase zinc production. (4) Use 50% of cash to more
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RE:All the big guy's should cut divy's to zero

MrBigger wrote: cut all capex and put all free cash flow into share buybacks. Oil and share prices would soar. Yeah that and sack Don Lindsay and gut like half of the C-Suite. These guys have more