Agnico Eagle Mines (NYSE: AEM)

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Last close As at 09/06/2023


0.80 (1.58%)

Market capitalisation


Agnico Eagle operates eight mines in Canada, Finland and Mexico and is among the top 15 largest gold mining companies in the world. It seeks to build a high-quality business that generates superior long-term returns for shareholders and contributes to the communities in which it operates.

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Agnico Eagle Mines — A year of optimisation ahead

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Agnico Eagle Mines — A record-breaking year


Equity Analyst

Lord Ashbourne

Lord Ashbourne

Director, Energy & Resources

Key Management

  • Brian Christie

    IR - Dir

Share Price Performance

Price Performance
% 1M 3M 12M
Actual (13.2) 15.1 (2.9)
Relative (16.3) 7.0 (6.9)
52 week high/low US$60.4/US$37.5


Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM) started the year with strong quarterly production of 813koz at an US$832/oz total cash cost and a US$1,125/oz all-in sustaining cost (AISC). A number of records were achieved, including in cash flow and safety. This marks the final quarter incorporating 50% of production from Canadian Malartic. From 30 March, this will increase to 100%, following AEM’s acquisition of Yamana’s Canadian assets, which will add c 80–90koz in attributable production per quarter. Guidance for FY23 remains unchanged at 3.24–3.44Moz at a cash cost of US$840–890/oz and AISC of US$1,140–1,190/oz. An unchanged quarterly dividend of US$0.40/share was declared.



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