Gold Cost Curve


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Gold Cost Curve

A Subscription Provides:

  • Spreadsheet of operation, ownership, location, production and total cash cost and All-in costs
  • Data and cost curves for the years 2010 to the latest full financial year

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As part of its continuing analysis of the gold market, CRU tracks the costs of production at more than 250 main-and by-product mines in its Gold Cost Curve.  These account for more than 75% of all identifiable gold mine supply.

The Online Cost Curve Database provides historical total cash cost data and cost curves for the years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 and All-in sustaining costs for 2013, 2014 and 2015. You can create, draw and analyse curves in a consistent and clear format, as many times as you require, as the industry continues to change. You also have the ability to select the year, mine name, location, ownership, output and total cash costs/All-in costs to include in the curve, allowing it be customised to your needs.

If you are subscribed to multiple curves you can switch between multiple commodities easily and produce in depth multi-metal cost analysis.

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