Kinross Gold Corporation operates within the Gold ores sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Kinross Gold with three other
companies in this sector in Canada:
sales of 4.43 billion Canadian Dollars [US$3.39 billion]
of which 41%
Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd
(2.90 billion Canadian Dollars [US$2.22 billion]
of which 80%
was Northern Business), and
Yamana Gold Incorporated
(2.34 billion Canadian Dollars [US$1.79 billion]
During the year ended December of 2017, sales at
Kinross Gold were C$4.28 billion (US$3.28 billion).
decrease of 6.8%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were C$4.59 billion.
The sales level in 2017 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2012, Kinross Gold had sales
of C$4.31 billion.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 76.8% decline
in Maricunga, from C$289.90 million to C$67.34 million.
There were also decreases in sales in
Kupol (down 22.5% to C$941.37 million)
Fort Knox (down 7.7% to C$623.05 million)
Paracatu (down 26.9% to C$578.89 million)
Kettle River-Buckhorn (down 32.5% to C$124.71 million)
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Round Mountain (up 13.4% to C$715.13 million)
Bald Mountain (up 132.7% to C$429.31 million)
Chirano (up 20.4% to C$411.31 million)
Tasiast (up 40.6% to C$386.44 million)