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sierra metals inc (SMT) Snapshot

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52 Week High
12/22/14 - C$2.13
52 Week Low
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Market Cap
198.2M
Average Volume 10 Days
9.8K
EPS TTM
C$0.09
Shares Outstanding
161.1M
EX-Date
04/8/14
P/E TM
13.2x
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sierra metals inc (SMT) Details

Sierra Metals Inc. engages in acquisition, exploration, extraction, production, and commercialization of mineral concentrates containing silver, copper, lead, zinc, and gold. The company has 3 producing mining properties that include the Yauricocha mine covering 18,778 hectares located in the Yauyos province in western central Peru; the Bolivar mine comprising 12 mining concessions covering approximately 6,616 hectares located in the Piedras Verdes mining district of Chihuahua, Mexico; and the Cusi mine with 73 concessions covering 11,977 hectares located in the Chihuahua State, Mexico. It also has various exploration projects in Mexico and Peru. The company was formerly known as Dia Bras Exploration Inc. and changed its name to Sierra Metals Inc. in December 2012. Sierra Metals Inc. was incorporated in 1996 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

838 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/26/15
Founded in 1996

sierra metals inc (SMT) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $34.9K
Chief Commercial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $323.7K
General Manager of Sociedad Minera Corona S.A...
Total Annual Compensation: $309.4K
General Manager of Dia Bras Mexicana S.A. De ...
Total Annual Compensation: $300.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

sierra metals inc (SMT) Key Developments

Sierra Metals Inc. Appoints Gordon Babcock as Chief Operating Officer

Sierra Metals Inc. announced that the company has appointed Mr. Gordon Babcock as chief operating officer effective July 13, 2015. Mr. Babcock is a second generation professional mining engineer with over 34 years of experience in mine production management, project development, engineering, exploration and mine consulting in precious, base metals and aggregate operations in the Americas. He was most recently COO at Jaguar Mining and has previously worked for Nyrstar, Breakwater Resources, Coeur Mining Inc., Milpo, The Hochschild group in Peru, Muscocho Explorations, and The Noranda Group. Gordon holds a degree in Mining Engineering from Queen's University and is an active member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, CIM and AIME.

Sierra Metals Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Sierra Metals Inc. announced that the company has appointed Mr. Matthew Wunder as Vice President Exploration effective July 1, 2015. Mr. Wunder is a Professional Geologist with over 25 years' international experience in mineral exploration with a tremendous track record. Prior to forming a successful independent mining consultancy, Mr. Wunder held the position of Vice President Exploration with Rubicon Minerals from June 2007 until December 2013. Mr. Thomas Robyn will be retiring from his role as Senior Vice President Exploration after 11 years with Sierra Metals and will transition to a consultancy role with the company.

Sierra Metals Inc. Reports Consolidated Production Results for the Second Quarter Ended June 30, 2015

Sierra Metals Inc. reported consolidated production results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2015 from its three underground mines in Latin America: the Yauricocha polymetallic mine in Peru and the Bolivar copper and Cusi silver mines in Mexico. Total tonnes processed was 483,374; a 12% increase over second quarter of 2014. Silver equivalent production was 3.1 million ounces; a 7% increase over second quarter of 2014. Silver production was 911,019 ounces; a 21% increase over second quarter of 2014. Copper production was 6.5 million pounds; a 14% increase over second quarter of 2014. Lead production was 11.1 million pounds; a 7% decrease from second quarter of 2014. Zinc production was 13.0 million pounds; a 3% decrease from second quarter of 2014. Gold production was 2,177 ounces; a 13% decrease from second quarter of 2014. The increased silver production was a result of increases in silver head grades, silver recoveries and plant throughput at Yauricocha Mine in Peru, combined with the increase in silver head grades and plant throughput at Cusi and Bolivar mines in Mexico. The Yauricocha Mine continued to be the company's mine with a total of 224,988 tonnes processed in second quarter of 2015 representing a 2% increase compared to second quarter of 2014. Aggregate production was 576,537 ounces of silver, a 20% increase over second quarter of 2014; 2.0 million pounds of copper, a 16% increase over second quarter of 2014; 10.8 million pounds of lead, a 4% decrease from second quarter of 2014; 13.0 million pounds of zinc, a 3% decrease from second quarter of 2014; and 1,232 ounces of gold, a 17% decrease from second quarter of 2014. Higher silver production was driven by higher head grades and recoveries from the polymetallic concentrate. The increase in copper production and decrease in lead production was due to an increase in copper-oxide production and a decrease in lead-oxide production during the latter part of the quarter. The decrease in zinc production was due to lower zinc head grades from the polymetallic concentrate which is in line with Yauricocha's mine plan. During the second quarter of 2015, Bolivar has an exceptional quarter with a 13% increase in silver equivalent production. Total ore processed of 209,459 tonnes at the Bolivar Mine increased 24% compared to second quarter of 2014. During the second quarter of 2015, Bolivar has an exceptional quarter with a 13% increase in silver equivalent production. Total ore processed of 209,459 tonnes at the Bolivar Mine increased 24% compared to the second quarter of 2014. Copper production of 4.5 million pounds increased 13%, silver production of 113,512 ounces increased 9% and gold production of 804 ounces increased 24% compared to the second quarter of 2014. The increase in copper, silver and gold production was driven by higher plant throughput, higher gold head grades and higher recoveries of copper and silver compared to the second quarter of 2014.

 

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