- Last Close 3.62
- Sector Basic Materials
- Industry Copper
- Investment Style Mid Blend
- Day Range 3.62 – 3.62
- Year Range 2.17 – 4.80
- Market Cap 1.6539 Bil
- Volume / Avg 500.0 / 1,158.8
- Price / Sales 0.75
- Price / Book 0.95
- Forward Div Yield —
- Trailing Div Yield 0.83%
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis SFRRF
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Company Profile SFRRF
Sandfire is a copper-focused mineral exploration and development company. The principal asset is the DeGrussa copper project discovered in 2009 and located 900 kilometres northeast of Perth in the Bryah Basin. Production is over 60,000 tonnes of copper per year with cash cost around USD 1.00 per pound, better than the industry average. Reserve life is only less than five years. Sandfire is also seeking to develop the Black Butte copper mine in Montana but needs to negotiate a challenging approvals process. The acquisition of MOD Resources in 2019 brings exposure to the T3 development, expected to produce 28,000 tonnes of copper a year from 2021.
Perth, WA, 6005, AUS
Competitors & Peers SFRRF
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FAQs for Sandfire Resources Ltd Stock
No. SFRRF does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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SFRRF’s market cap is 1.65 Bil.
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SFRRF’s stock style is Mid Core.
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