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Trevali Mining Corporation (TV.TO)


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1.220.00 (0.00%)
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Previous Close1.22
Open1.22
Bid1.21 x
Ask1.23 x
Day's Range1.21 - 1.23
52 Week Range0.35 - 1.57
Volume967,173
Avg. Volume2,173,108
Market Cap487.89M
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)40.67
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Marketwired9 days ago

    The Gold Report Examines How Trevali's Purchase of Zinc Assets from Glencore Extend Its Reach Globally

    Trevali Mining Corp. has added a portfolio of zinc assets to its already impressive resource list with the purchase of Glencore's producing Rosh Pinah and Perkoa zinc mines.Company included in article: ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Glencore tightens grip on zinc through deal with Canada's Trevali

    Miner-trader Glencore (Amsterdam: GX8.AS - news) has increased its control of core commodity zinc through a deal with Canada's Trevali in which it is selling shares in two mines and helping to create the first pure zinc company with wide geographical reach. Glencore's share price has risen around 13 percent this year, adding to gains of more than 200 percent in 2016 when it rebounded from a commodities price crash. Its CEO Ivan Glasenberg has said it is well-placed for deals, which analysts say are as likely to involve commodity offtake or tactical disposals as acquisitions.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Glencore tightens grip on zinc through deal with Canada's Trevali

    Miner-trader Glencore has increased its control of core commodity zinc through a deal with Canada's Trevali in which it is selling shares in two mines and helping to create the first pure zinc company with wide geographical reach. Glencore's share price has risen around 13 percent this year, adding to gains of more than 200 percent in 2016 when it rebounded from a commodities price crash. Its CEO Ivan Glasenberg has said it is well-placed for deals, which analysts say are as likely to involve commodity offtake or tactical disposals as acquisitions.