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Dizon Copper-Silver Mines, Inc. Company Snapshot
Dizon Copper-Silver Mines, Inc. operates within the Gold ores sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Dizon Copper-Silver Mines with three other precious metal companies in Asia: PT J Resources Asia Pasifik Tbk of Indonesia (2011 sales of 15.50 billion Indonesian Rupiahs [US$1.13 million] of which 57% was Catering), Deccan Gold Mines Limited of India (27.62 million Indian Rupees [US$385,831.56 ] of which 100% was Gold Mining & Exploration), and Geograce Resources Philippines Incorporated (5.70 million Philippine Pesos [US$112,632.00 ] ).

Sales Analysis. Sales fell dramatically in 2011: During the year ended December of 2011, sales at Dizon Copper-Silver Mines were 188,304.00 Philippine Pesos (US$3.72 thousand). This is a sharp decrease of 75.0% versus 2010, when the company's sales were 753,214.00 Philippine Pesos.
  Stock Performance Chart for Dizon Copper-Silver Mines, Inc.
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (2/21/2020): 6.73
(Figures in Philippine Pesos)
1 Week 2.7%   13 Weeks -6.3%  
4 Weeks -11.4%   52 Weeks -15.9%  
Dizon Copper-Silver Mines, Inc. Key Data:
  Ticker: DIZ Country: Philippines
  Exchanges: OTH Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Gold Ores
  2011 Sales 188,304
(Year Ending Jan 2012).
Employees: 7
  Currency: Philippine Pesos Market Cap: 532,258,788
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 79,087,487
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 1,471,011
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