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Diamond Fields International Limited Company Snapshot
Diamond Fields International Limited operates in the Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Diamond Fields International Limited with three other miscellanous mineral companies in North America: Asbestos Corporation Limited (2011 sales of 1.59 million Canadian Dollars [US$1.19 million] of which 100% was Miscellaneous Service), Grizzly Discoveries Inc (34,436.00 Canadian Dollars [US$25,794.63 ] ), and Olivut Resources Ltd (17,674.00 Canadian Dollars [US$13,238.89 ] ).

Sales Analysis. Sales fell dramatically in 2011: Diamond Fields International Limited reported sales of C$55,491.96 (US$41.57 thousand) for the fiscal year ending June of 2011. This represents a sharp decrease of 93.4% versus 2010, when the company's sales were C$845,271.62 .
  Stock Performance Chart for Diamond Fields International Limited
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (3/16/2017): .16
(Figures in Canadian Dollars)
1 Week 6.7%   13 Weeks -3.0%  
4 Weeks 6.7%   52 Weeks 60.0%  
Diamond Fields International Limited Key Data:
  Ticker: DFI Country: Canada
  Exchanges: TOR Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Minerals
  2011 Sales 55,492
(Year Ending Jan 2012).
Employees: 8
  Currency: Canadian Dollars Market Cap: 7,575,200
  Fiscal Yr Ends: June Shares Outstanding: 47,344,999
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 38,954,353
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