McEwen Mining

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McEwen Mining Inc
Public
Traded as NYSEMUX
TSXMUX
Industry Mining
Key people
Rob McEwen, CEO & Chairman
Website www.mcewenmining.com

McEwen Mining Inc explores for gold, silver and copper in the Americas. The objective of McEwen Mining is to be a profitable gold & silver producer in S&P 500. McEwen Mining's principal assets consist of the following:

  • Production: a 49% interest in Minera Santa Cruz SA, owner of the San José silver-gold mine that is located near Goldcorp's Cerro Negro project in Argentina; and Phase I of the El Gallo complex in Sinaloa, Mexico.[1]
  • Development: El Gallo 2 in Sinaloa, Mexico; The Gold Bar project in Nevada, USA; as well as the Los Azules copper deposit in San Juan, Argentina.
  • Exploration: The Company has a large portfolio of exploration properties in Santa Cruz province Argentina, surrounding the San José mine and Goldcorp's Cerro Negro project in addition to large land packages in Nevada adjoining Barrick's Cortez mine and surrounding our El Gallo complex in Mexico.[2]

McEwen Mining has 305.2 million shares fully diluted as of March 6, 2015. Rob McEwen, Chairman and Chief Owner, owns 25% of the shares of the Company. As of March 6, 2015, McEwen Mining had cash and liquid assets of approximately US$22 million.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ corporate website: http://mcewenmining.com/Media-Events/News-Releases/News-Releases-Details/2012/McEwen-Mining-Announces-First-Gold-Pour-at-El-Gallo-Phase-I-in-Mexico1131156/default.aspx
  2. ^ corporate website: http://mcewenmining.com/About-Us/default.aspx
  3. ^ corporate website: http://mcewenmining.com/About-Us/default.aspx

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