By: Mariaan Webb
Dual-listed Rambler Metals and Mining said on Thursday that its first-quarter production results were in line with its guidance for the 2015 financial year, despite a weaker quarter-on-quarter production performance.
During the three-month period to the end of October, the TSX-V- and Aim-listed company milled 58 546 dry metric tonnes of ore at its Ming mine in Newfoundland and Labrador, producing 5 072 t of copper concentrate, containing 1 477 t of copper metal, 1 464 oz of gold and 10 781 oz of silver. Copper production decreased by 15% quarter-on-quarter, gold output by 31% quarter-on-quarter and silver output declined by 35% quarter-on-quarter. →