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Pathfinder Minerals PLC Company Snapshot
Pathfinder Minerals Plc is a natural resources company. The Company focuses on mine heavy mineral sands in Mozambique, southern Africa. The Company's licenses cover approximately 32,000 hectares of land on the Indian Ocean coast of the Zambezia province of Mozambique, known to contain the titanium dioxide bearing ores of ilmenite and rutile and the mineral zircon. The Company's heavy minerals of ilmenite, rutile and zircon are used in the manufacture of a range of products across a number of industrial sectors. Ilmenite and rutile are used as feedstocks to produce titanium dioxide pigment. Zircon is used in chemical manufacture and a range of ceramic products. The Company's subsidiaries include IM Minerals Limited, which is a holding company, and Companhia Mineira de Naburi SARL, which is a mining company.

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  Stock Performance Chart for Pathfinder Minerals PLC
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (3/16/2018): .68p
(Figures in Pounds Sterling)
1 Week -3.6%   13 Weeks -44.9%  
4 Weeks -38.6%   52 Weeks -27.0%  
Pathfinder Minerals PLC Key Data:
  Ticker: PFP Country: United Kingdom
  Exchanges: LON Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Metal Ores
  2009 Sales 9,000
(Year Ending Jan 2010).
  Currency: Pounds Sterling Market Cap: 1,558,029
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 230,819,182
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 71,673,764
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