Published June 28, 1999
by CRC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||241|
This book gives a perspective on the international mining and metals industry, from historical details of mines and mining to the potential problems encountered in attempting to value a mining company. Chapters are devoted to accounting practices and taxation, providing valuable information on the financial aspects of mining. Purchase Valuing Mining Companies - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Price: $ Valuing Mining Companies covers all aspects of mining, mining company evaluation, and financial valuation. It starts with a guide to history, focusing on the more recent aspects of the discovery of diamonds in Canada to the Bre-X fraud in Indonesia. This book provides an international view of the mining and metals industry from a historical perspective of mines and mining to potential problems. The essential guide to investing in mining opportunities, now in its Fourth Edition. A comprehensive guide to mining investment analysis designed for use by financial and mining analysts, executives, and investors, The Mining Valuation Handbook: Mining and Energy Valuation for Investors and Management has become an essential resource for assessing the value and investment potential of mining Cited by:
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It is noted that Appendix 3G, Valuation Standards and Guidelines for Mineral Properties, of the TSX Venture Exchange Disclosure Obligations for Mining Companies, states ” The Exchange does not generally accept the inclusion of warranted future expenditures for the purposes of the appraised value method“. Whichever approach is adopted, the. Valuing Mining Companies covers all aspects of mining, mining company evaluation, and financial valuation. It starts with a guide to history, focusing on the more recent aspects of the discovery of diamonds in Canada to the Bre-X fraud in Indonesia. But from my many years of valuing mining companies, you just need to extract the necessary info to value a mine. (Of course, the more of a technical expert you are, the more you can understand the. Metal Mining Industry Price to Earning ratio is at in the 3. Quarter for Metal Mining Industry, Price to Sales ratio is at , Price to Cash flow ratio is at , and Price to Book ratio is More on Metal Mining Industry Valuation.