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Alamos Gold: Planned Lower Production At Mulatos Is A Drag

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  • The company posted revenues of $184.5 million in 1Q22 and a net loss of $8.5 million or $0.02 per share. Revenues were down 18.9% from the 1Q21.
  • Alamos Gold said that it sold 98,466 ounces of gold in the first quarter at an average realized price of $1,874 per ounce.
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The Toronto-based Alamos Gold (NYSE:AGI) released its first quarter of 2022 results on April 27, 2022.

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The company posted revenues of $184.5 million in 1Q22 and a net loss of $8.5

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Like so many gold miners, $AGI is stuck.. like AUY w GFI, I believe it may be attractive to an acquirer looking for more safe country assets- not a reason to buy for sure..it will move with the POG and ETF buying (and selling) for the most part imo so there are other better options in the current selloff.

Maybe Northern Star ($NESRF) will come along as it ended talks w/ Osisko on the Windfall Project and could still be looking to buy into Canada like its Aussie sister Newcrest did w Red Chris and Pretium. Again not a reason to buy. I expect mergers/buyouts to increase to help cut G&A expenses to offset somewhat the rise in energy/material/labor costs the miners are facing now. Nothing like firing a lot of folks to help AISC sadly.

Interesting to see Young Davidson pumping out the gold and having a long life, from the good old Northgate Minerals days it still provides low cost and stability to AGI. Bea
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