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oz minerals ltd (OZL) Snapshot

Open
A$4.10
Previous Close
A$4.06
Day High
A$4.10
Day Low
A$4.01
52 Week High
07/23/14 - A$4.88
52 Week Low
12/11/13 - A$2.08
Market Cap
1.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.5M
EPS TTM
A$-0.13
Shares Outstanding
303.5M
EX-Date
09/9/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
A$0.20
Dividend Yield
4.91%
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oz minerals ltd (OZL) Details

OZ Minerals Limited explores and develops copper, gold, and silver projects Australia. The company owns and operates the Prominent Hill copper-gold mine located in the Gawler Craton of South Australia; and Carrapateena copper-gold project located in central South Australia. OZ Minerals Limited is based in Melbourne, Australia.

oz minerals ltd (OZL) Top Compensated Officers

Acting Chief Executive Officer and Chief Fina...
Total Annual Compensation: A$592.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

oz minerals ltd (OZL) Key Developments

OZ Minerals Limited Announces Management Changes

Further to the announcement made on 5 September 2014 regarding the appointment of Andrew Cole as Managing Director and CEO, the Board of OZ Minerals Limited confirmed that Terry Burgess will step down from this position on 17 October 2014 and Mr. Andrew Cole will take up his new role on 3 December 2014. During the intervening period Mr. Andrew Coles, currently CFO, will act at CEO. The company advised that Mr. Andrew Coles will be Acting Chief Executive Officer from 18 October 2014 until Mr. Cole commences his position as Managing Director and CEO. Mr. Coles currently holds the position of Chief Financial Officer and will undertake the role of Acting CEO together with his current duties.

OZ Minerals Plans to Sell Carrapateena Copper

OZ Minerals Limited (ASX:OZL) is planning to sell part or all of its AUD 3 billion Carrapateena copper-gold project, also in SA. Terry Burgess, Chief Executive Officer of OZ Minerals, said that the deal would not be done in his time with OZ Minerals. He said interested parties were still reviewing technical aspects of the project, with OZ having previously released a pre-feasibility study into the proposed development.

OZ Minerals Limited Reports Production Results for the Quarter and Year to Date Ended September 30, 2014

OZ Minerals Limited reported production results for the quarter and year to date ended September 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported total copper of 26,249 tonnes and total gold of 47,376 ounces. For the year to date, the company produced total copper of 66,612 tonnes and total gold of 111,904 ounces.

 

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