Investors have complained for years that the real cost to produce gold is far higher than the...
Investors have complained for years that the real cost to produce gold is far higher than the "cash costs” reported by gold companies, but Goldcorp (GG) is doing something about it, beginning to report what it calls “all-in" cash costs. For 2013, GG expects by-product cash costs of $525-$575/oz., but on an all-in basis, it anticipates costs of $1,000-$1,100/oz.
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