On this page, we present a series of tools to afford easy access to important financial and operational data about Highland Gold Mining.
|Financial Highlights US$000 (unless stated)||FY 2017||FY 2016||H1 2018||H1 2017|
|Average realised gold price (US$)||1,162||1,136||1,313||1,238|
|Total Group cash costs (US$/oz)*||507||454||536||509|
|Group all-in sustaining costs (US$/oz)*||664||652||697||674|
|EBITDA margin (%)||49||53||49||50|
|Earnings/(loss) per share (US$)||0.201||0.145||0.088||0.079|
|Net cash inflow from operations||130,990||136,164||65,700||63,211|
|Net debt position||(198,320)||(205,465)||(189,071)||(203,538)|
|Dividend (pence rep share)||10.4||10.4||6.0||4.98|
*Total cash costs include mine site operating costs such as mining, processing, administration, royalties and production taxes but are exclusive of depreciation, depletion and amortisation, capital and exploration costs. Total cash costs are then divided by ounces sold to arrive at the total cash costs of sales. This data provides additional information and is a non-GAAP measure.
**In line with guidance issued by the World Gold Council, the formula used to define the all-in sustaining cash costs measurement commences with total cash costs per ounce sold and then adds sustaining capital expenditures, corporate general and administrative costs, mine site exploration and evaluation costs and environmental rehabilitation costs. This data seeks to represent the total costs of producing gold from current operations, and therefore it does not include capital expenditures attributable to projects or mine expansions, exploration and evaluation costs attributable to growth projects, income tax payments, interest costs or dividend payments.
*** Net debt position is defined as cash and cash equivalent, financial assets, decreased by interest-bearing loans and borrowings and by liability under finance lease