St Barbara

SBM

October 27, 2020 FAT-AUS-980
3.76
Speculative
high

An early peek

St Barbara has released an early update on its June quarter and 2020 full year operational results. The announcement revealed a rise in June quarter and 2020 gold production that came within guidance for the year, but toward the bottom end of the range. On the individual mine performances against 2020 guidance, one came in ahead, one within and one below. While a glimpse of the balance sheet to end June 2020 shows that it remains in good shape. The following table summarises St Barbara’s operational results:

Source: St Barbara


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