Southern Copper Corp (SCCO.N)

SCCO.N on New York Stock Exchange

20 Feb 2018
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Southern Copper Corporation is an integrated copper producer. It produces copper and, in the production process, obtains several by-products, including molybdenum, silver, zinc, sulfuric acid and other metals. Its segments include the Peruvian operations, the Mexican open-pit operations and the Mexican underground mining... (more)


Beta: 0.62
Market Cap(Mil.): $32,188.86
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 773.03
Dividend: 0.14
Yield (%): 0.94


Peru tenders $2 bln copper project in first major auction in years

LIMA, Feb 20 Peru will accept bids and award a contract to develop the estimated $2 billion Michiquillay copper mine on Tuesday in the first major auction from the world's No. 2 copper producer in at least a decade.

20 Feb 2018

Southern Copper surprises with $287.5 mln net loss in fourth quarter

LIMA, Feb 2 Southern Copper Corp surprised the market by reporting a $287.5 million net loss in the fourth quarter on Friday, citing a $743.3 million one-time payment related to U.S. tax reform.

02 Feb 2018

Southern Copper workers in Peru on strike for ninth day

LIMA, Nov 29 Workers at Southern Copper Corp in Peru said they completed a ninth day of an indefinite strike on Wednesday, following a failed negotiation attempt with the company.

30 Nov 2017

UPDATE 1-Southern Copper workers strike, company says no impact

SANTIAGO, Nov 22 Workers for the two largest unions at Southern Copper Corp in Peru said on Wednesday they had started an indefinite strike, demanding a fair share of mining profits, while the company said the stoppage had not affected operations.

23 Nov 2017

UPDATE 1-Southern Copper says Q3 profit doubled, expects Tia Maria permit

LIMA, Oct 20 Southern Copper Corp said on Friday that its net profit doubled to $401.8 million in the third quarter from the same period a year earlier as sales surged on higher copper prices.

20 Oct 2017


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