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  • Importance of All-In Sustaining Costs (AISC) for Gold Supply
    Importance of All-In Sustaining Costs (AISC) for Gold Supply

    The global supply of gold is an essential factor in gold prices. As a result, investors and collectors are constantly monitoring changes in the global gold supply. One factor contributing significantly to such changes in gold supply but doesn’t get nearly enough attention is the all-in sustaining cost (AISC) of gold

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  • All-In Sustaining Cost Definition & Meaning in Stock
    All-In Sustaining Cost Definition & Meaning in Stock

    May 03, 2021 The All-In Sustaining Cost (AISC) is an advanced metrics used by mining companies to report their cost of gold mining. The mining industry struggled for a long time to report the mining cost and selling price of ore accurately, and the haziness of the system forced miners to think of a new reporting system. The Gold Institute first published

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  • Inflation drives global gold production costs to their
    Inflation drives global gold production costs to their

    Dec 01, 2021 The global average AISC margin (gold price minus AISC) fell by 9% q/q to $667/oz. In Australia, Canada and Russia, average AISC margins fell by 18%, 5% and 7% respectively,” Metals Focus found. However, the consultancy said that their margins are still substantially higher than in previous years

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  • Top gold miners record decreased all-in sustaining costs
    Top gold miners record decreased all-in sustaining costs

    Dec 01, 2020 The median all-in sustaining cost, or AISC, decreased 2.6% to $966 per ounce of gold across the group as compared to the previous quarter, while the weighted-average mean dipped 1.5% to $990/oz. Costs increased in the second quarter, with the weighted-average mean up 2.5% to $987/oz

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  • Majority of largest gold miners booked higher all-in
    Majority of largest gold miners booked higher all-in

    Jun 03, 2020 In its quarterly report, the Australia-based company said first-quarter gold production was slightly behind plan, dropping 3.2% quarter over quarter to 165,502 ounces, but that the decrease in AISC quarter to quarter was expected. Centerra Gold's cost decreased 10.9% to US$712/oz in the first quarter of the year

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  • Lowest cost gold mining companies in Q3 2021 - report
    Lowest cost gold mining companies in Q3 2021 - report

    Dec 10, 2021 With AISC of $697/oz, Russia's Polyus was the lowest cost gold producer among the top 20 biggest gold miners in Q3 2021. The company's AISC increased 22% year-over-year mainly due to increase in output at the structurally higher-cost alluvial operations, ongoing inflation in consumables and diesel prices, lower ore grades and recovery at

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  • Lowest cost gold mining companies in 2020 - report
    Lowest cost gold mining companies in 2020 - report

    Mar 25, 2021 With AISC of $604/oz, Russian gold miner Polyus was the lowest cost gold producer among the top 20 biggest gold miners in 2020. The group's AISC increased 2% year-over-year reflecting higher stripping activities and sustaining capital expenditures. B2Gold is second with AISC of $788/oz sold, a 9% decline over 2019 ($862/oz)

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  • Leocor Gold Signs Amended Agreement to Acquire the
    Leocor Gold Signs Amended Agreement to Acquire the

    Feb 16, 2022 AISC figures are calculated in accordance with a standard developed by the World Gold Council ( WGC ) (a non-regulatory, market development organization for the gold industry)

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  • Newmont Provides 2021 and Longer-term Outlook
    Newmont Provides 2021 and Longer-term Outlook

    Dec 08, 2020 Creating value by improving production and costs through 2025 Newmont Corporation (NYSE: NEM, TSX: NGT) (Newmont or the Company) announced its 2021 outlook 1 with attributable gold production guidance of 6.5 million ounces and AISC 2 of $970 per ounce. Attributable gold production 3 is expected to be between 6.2 and 6.7 million ounces per year

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  • Karora Announces Consolidated 2022 Gold Production
    Karora Announces Consolidated 2022 Gold Production

    Feb 14, 2022 Karora Resources Inc. (TSX: KRR) ( Karora or the Corporation ) is pleased to announce 2022 gold production guidance of 110,000 – 135,000 ounces and all-in sustaining cost (AISC)1 cost guidance

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  • Barrick 2021 production hits 4.4M oz gold, 415M lb copper
    Barrick 2021 production hits 4.4M oz gold, 415M lb copper

    Feb 16, 2022 Copper production was 415 million lb. at an AISC of US$2.26 per lb. Output fell from 2020 levels of 457 million lb. at an AISC of US$2.23. The 2021 realized price per pound was US$4.32 in 2021. Barrick also increased gold reserves net of depletion at a better grade due to continued brownfields exploration and its hunt for new discoveries in new

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  • Vista Gold Announces Feasibility Study Delivering 7
    Vista Gold Announces Feasibility Study Delivering 7

    Feb 09, 2022 Cash Costs and AISC are non-U.S. GAAP metrics developed by the World Gold Council to provide transparency into the costs associated with producing gold and provide a comparable standard

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  • Barrick (GOLD) to Report Q4 Earnings: What's in the Cards?
    Barrick (GOLD) to Report Q4 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

    Feb 11, 2022 Barrick's (GOLD) fourth-quarter results are expected to reflect higher gold and copper production, improved prices and lower AISC for gold. By Zacks Equity Research February 11, 2022. This story

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  • AISC for Gold | Gold Cost Curve | Goldhub
    AISC for Gold | Gold Cost Curve | Goldhub

    Dec 02, 2021 Standardised metrics provide further transparency into the costs associated with gold production, and can be helpful to investors, governments, local communities and other stakeholders in understanding the economics of gold mining. All-in Sustaining Cost (AISC) aims to better-reflect the full cost of keeping the mine in business

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  • The Concept Of AISC In The Gold Mining Industry:
    The Concept Of AISC In The Gold Mining Industry:

    The All-in sustaining costs or AISC is a new metric, now widely used in the gold mining industry since the second-half of 2013

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  • Gold miners’ AISC reach their highest since 2013
    Gold miners’ AISC reach their highest since 2013

    Dec 02, 2021 All-in Sustaining Costs (AISC) across the gold mining industry averaged US$1,123/oz in Q3’21, a rise of 4% q-o-q and the highest level since 2013. This is the fourth consecutive quarter of cost growth, with the average AISC up a significant 16% since the corresponding quarter in 2020. AISC in Q3’21 were at their highest since Q2’13*

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  • Importance of All-In Sustaining Costs (AISC) for Gold
    Importance of All-In Sustaining Costs (AISC) for Gold

    The all-in sustaining cost (AISC) is a metric used by gold mining companies to calculate the cost of their mining operations. The World Gold Council first introduced the metric in 2013. The formula for AISC is as follows: AISC = Cash Costs + Sustaining Capital +

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  • Gold's All in Sustaining Costs & All-in Costs | Gold
    Gold's All in Sustaining Costs & All-in Costs | Gold

    An example might be where a gold mining company (Company A) buys a stream of gold production from another company through an upfront payment, after which time it sells the gold received from the structured transaction. This gold should not form part of Company A’s gold sales for the purposes of AISC or AIC

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  • AISC up 10% year-on-year in Q2’21
    AISC up 10% year-on-year in Q2’21

    Sep 14, 2021 Global average All-in Sustaining Costs (AISC) in the gold mining industry increased by 10% y-o-y in Q2’21, reaching US$1,067/oz. This was also the third consecutive quarter in which AISC has risen. This cost inflation is being driven by several factors, both at the mine site and at the macroeconomic level

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