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Lindsay flags further Teck returns after QB2 buildout

Canada’s largest diversified miner Teck Resources could undertake another round of share buybacks or dividend distributions during the 2022-2024 timeframe when it expects a gap in its capital programme to deliver “big cash flows”, says president and CEO Don Lindsay.

Teck Resources expects to attract a higher valuation multiple once it transitions to a copper-dominant business model following the completion of Quebrada Blanca phase two, in Chile

Teck Resources expects to attract a higher valuation multiple once it transitions to a copper-dominant business model following the completion of Quebrada Blanca phase two, in Chile

The Vancouver-headquartered company has over the past 18 months completed a C$1.2 billion (US$928 million) share buyback programme through which it clawed back 9.2% of the company for owners. "If you...

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