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First Quantum Minerals Ltd T.FM

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  FQVLF

First Quantum Minerals Ltd is a mining company. Its activities include mineral exploration, mine engineering and construction, development and mining. It is engaged in the production of copper cathode, copper in concentrate, gold, nickel and zinc.
Price: $24.24 | Change: $-0.06 | %Change: -0.25%
Volume: 1.4m | Day High/Low: 24.32/23.81 | 52 Week High/Low: 27.29/16.47


Last Traded: August 19, 2014 12:00 Transaction Volume: 1.4m
Open: $24.24 Previous Close: $24.30
Bid: $24.18 Ask: $24.30
Bid Size: 100 Ask Size: 2,000
Market Cap: $14.6b Shares Out: 600.5m
PE Ratio: 25 Dividend Yield: 0.416%
Scale: 1d 5d 3m 6m 1y 2y 5y
Type: Line Area OHLC

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First Quantum Minerals (T.FM) wraps up Lumina Copper (V.LCC) acquisition

Cash and share transaction estimated at a value of approximately $470 million

Stockhouse Editorial   19 hours ago
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First Quantum Minerals Completes Acquisition of Lumina Copper Corp.

Marketwired   22 hours ago
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S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices

Canada NewsWire   1 day ago
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Stockhouse & the Bell: Dow plunges 317 points, TSX off 194, as Argentina defaults

U.S. and Canadian stocks took a steep drop as Argentina moved into a debt default for the second time in 13 years.

Canadian Press   July 31, 2014
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Stockhouse Editorial   July 31, 2014
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Kevin Michael Grace   February 19, 2014
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Sean Brodrick   January 16, 2014
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Eric Coffin   April 16, 2013
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Global supply deficit heating up copper sector M&A activity

In 2010, London Metal Exchange (LME) copper inventories fell 25 percent – below what the world consumes in a single month

Matthew Carr   June 1, 2011
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