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Lucara Diamond Corp. (LUC.TO)


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2.90+0.05 (+1.75%)
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Previous Close2.85
Open2.87
Bid2.90 x
Ask2.92 x
Day's Range2.85 - 2.91
52 Week Range2.62 - 4.39
Volume264,741
Avg. Volume358,824
Market Cap1.11B
Beta2.21
PE Ratio (TTM)16.11
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.10 (3.45%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Big diamonds are big business

    "I could show you my email," volunteers William Lamb, the chief executive of Lucara Diamond. "I get three offers a week on that stone. I'd love to say we're going to sell it next week, but ...

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Dominion Diamond should open books to potential suitors -top shareholder

    Dominion Diamond , target of a $1.1 billion unsolicited bid, should run a formal sales process for the company and open its books to what could be several interested parties, Dominion's biggest shareholder told Reuters on Tuesday. The board of Dominion, the world's third-largest diamond producer by value, has a responsibility toward its shareholders to consider the proposal from U.S.-based The Washington Companies, as well as possible other bids, Jamie Horvat, fund manager at M&G Investments said. On Sunday, The Washington Companies, a group of privately held North American mining, industrial and transportation businesses founded by billionaire Dennis Washington, revealed it had made a $1.1 billion all-cash proposal for Dominion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Dominion Diamond should open books to potential suitors -top shareholder

    Dominion Diamond , target of a $1.1 billion unsolicited bid, should run a formal sales process for the company and open its books to what could be several interested parties, Dominion's biggest shareholder told Reuters on Tuesday. The board of Dominion, the world's third-largest diamond producer by value, has a responsibility toward its shareholders to consider the proposal from U.S.-based The Washington Companies, as well as possible other bids, Jamie Horvat, fund manager at M&G Investments said. On Sunday, The Washington Companies, a group of privately held North American mining, industrial and transportation businesses founded by billionaire Dennis Washington, revealed it had made a $1.1 billion all-cash proposal for Dominion.