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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.
Price: $2.65 Volume: 1.0m
Change: +$0.06 % Change: +2.32%
Day High/Low: 2.66/2.55 52 Week High/Low: 4.57/1.62
Last Traded: April 20, 2015 12:00 Transaction Volume: 50
Open: 2.57 Previous Close: 2.59
Bid: 2.65 Ask: 2.66
Bid Size: 1700 Ask Size: 1700
Market Cap: 1.0b Shares Out: 391.3m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Opinion

Investor interest in Niobium has made Niocorp (V.NB) a top performer

Jeb Handwerger   December 16, 2014
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The Calandra Report: In the Kingdom and NOT the gutter

Thom Calandra   November 18, 2014
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Iamgold (T.IMG) management needs to go, Stockhouse blogger says

Stockhouse members have their say as we feature today’s Top Poster, Bullboard, and Blog, and recognize noteworthy contributions from our community.

Stockhouse Editorial   October 22, 2014
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The Calandra Report: Watching Calibre Mining

Thom Calandra   August 12, 2014
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Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:RE:May

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    Quality EXISTING Production, in North America.   That is the only variable that will help the Share price, and put IAG back on track to...

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  • RE:May

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    Good post.  Fair comments. It seems to me that everything they have been doing over the last few months has been like "cleaning...

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  • May

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    Coming up in May is the first quarter report followed shortly by the AGM.  At the AGM three directors, including the soon to be unmissed...

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  • some interesting points in this article

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    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...

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  • Management should pay themselves more...

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    They should ussue a few hundred million more shares and give them to themselves. Then they should borrow from whatever stupid lender they...

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