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Labrador Iron Ore Royalty Corporation T.LIF

Sector: Steel | Sub-Sector: Steel

Labrador Iron Ore Royalty Corp through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Labrador Mining Company Limited and Hollinger-Hanna Limited, engaged in iron ore production, operates a mine, concentrator and pellet plant at Labrador City, Newfoundland.
Price: $14.53 Volume: 375,186
Change: +$0.53 % Change: +3.79%
Day High/Low: 14.71/14.06 52 Week High/Low: 23.31/10.81
Last Traded: October 02, 2015 12:00 Transaction Volume: 80
Open: 14.07 Previous Close: 14.00
Bid: 14.51 Ask: 14.54
Bid Size: 1900 Ask Size: 1400
Market Cap: 929.9m Shares Out: 64m
PE Ratio: 13.8 Dividend Yield: 6.8823

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • IOCC future

    5 stars

    This is important stuff to know. Our illustrious directors should be forwarding this kind of information. They are really sleeping...

    2 stars

  • Interesting play

    0 stars

    Those who bought in over the past 5 years during the good times at $40 for the dividends actually lose money.  That shows how...

    2 stars

  • RE:RE:RE:IOC Concentrate Cash Cost

    0 stars

    Thanks Geo. Fantastic post. Everything one needs to know about IOCC is there. Got anything else? That is the kind of thing that LIF's...

    2 stars

  • RE:RE:IOC Concentrate Cash Cost

    4.5 stars

    IOCC produce is over 65% Fe and commands a good permium.

    2 stars

  • RE:IOC Concentrate Cash Cost

    0 stars

    Any mention of the pellet premium ? At $30 cost to produce 62% fines IOC should be able to make money at +/-$50 selling price. There is...

    2 stars