PROFIT & LOSS

Toronto-listed Karora sees Covid costs ease

Karora Resources expects the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions that impacted its Western Australia gold and nickel operations to help cut AISC costs in the second half of this year.

Karora hopes for cost cuts

Karora hopes for cost cuts

AISC costs increased 14% to US$1,042 an ounce in the fourth quarter of last year from US$912 an ounce in the same period a year earlier, mainly due to Covid-19 related labour disruptions in the state. ...

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