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Wheaton Precious in re-rating frame, says Smallwood

Momentum has shifted again for metals streaming heavyweight Wheaton Precious Metals Corporation, CEO Randy Smallwood told Mining Journal ahead of this week’s Mining Journal Select 2019 conference in London. Six months after cutting off a big deadweight, the stock has surged about 20% in the past month on gold and silver prices, and what Smallwood sees as the company’s key differentiator.

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Sibanye-Stillwater's Blitz project in Montana, USA, should add 29,000oz/y of paladium to Wheaton Precious Metals' account later this year

"We have got the strongest metals streaming portfolio and the leading organic growth profile out there and, coupled with a strengthening gold price and much runway for silver, our revenue forecast is