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Lundin Mining Corporation T.LUN

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

Lundin Mining Corp is a base metals mining company with operations in Portugal, Sweden, Spain and Ireland. The Company is engaged in the production of copper, zinc, lead and nickel.
Price: $6.13 | Change: +$0.02 | %Change: +0.33%
Volume: 3.0m | Day High/Low: 6.32/6.09 | 52 Week High/Low: 6.57/3.99

Snapshot

Last Traded: July 22, 2014 12:00 Transaction Volume: 3.0m
Open: $6.13 Previous Close: $6.11
Bid: $6.10 Ask: $6.15
Bid Size: 35,700 Ask Size: 17,900
Market Cap: $3.6b Shares Out: 585.8m
PE Ratio: 34.8 Dividend Yield: N/A
Scale: 1d 5d 3m 6m 1y 2y 5y
Type: Line Area OHLC

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SECTOR WATCH: Dundee unveils its preferred base metal stocks (T.TV) (T.CS)(T.LUN)(T.FM)

Dundee has upped its price forecasts for zinc and copper, thermal coal and lead.

Stockhouse Editorial   8 hours ago
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Lundin Mining Announces First Ore Shipment at Eagle Mine

Marketwired   6 days ago
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Kaminak Gold (V.KAM) up 30% as major players step in to fund Yukon project

Peter Kennedy   8 days ago
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UPDATE : Lundin Mining (T.LUN) responds to media speculation about Chilean mine acquisition

Tongues are wagging about Lundin Mining (T.LUN) buying up a Chilean mine and the company answers to media speculation

Gaalen Engen   8 days ago
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Lundin Mining Further Responds to Media Speculation

Marketwired   8 days ago
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Opinion

Supply and demand key to base metals success: Adam Low

Kevin Michael Grace   February 19, 2014
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Newmarket Gold (V.NGN) CEO Doug Forster reveals roll-up strategy

Tommy Humphreys   November 5, 2013
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Interview with Lukas Lundin

Resource tycoon talks risk, reward and success in mining and energy

Tommy Humphreys   May 6, 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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