Capstone Mining traded at 3.08 this Monday July 4th, decreasing 0.17 or 5.23 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Capstone Mining lost 41.00 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 42.86 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Capstone Mining to be priced at 3.18 by the end of this quarter and at 2.96 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
2.85
Daily Change
-7.63%
Yearly
-47.22%

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Peers Price Day Year
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Champion Iron Ltd 4.64 -0.08 -1.69% -23.93%
Capstone Mining 2.85 -0.24 -7.63% -47.22%
Equinox Gold Corp 6.04 0.30 5.23% -30.41%
Ero Copper Corp 11.08 0.21 1.93% -56.94%
First Majestic Silver 9.39 0.16 1.73% -51.32%
Fortuna Silver Mines 3.78 0.12 3.28% -43.75%
HudBay Minerals 5.27 0.02 0.38% -36.89%
Lundin Mining 7.94 -0.22 -2.70% -29.92%
Major Drilling 9.08 0.05 0.55% 6.07%
Osisko Gold Royalties 13.44 0.46 3.54% -21.95%
Sherritt International 0.44 0.03 7.32% -15.38%
Sandstorm Gold Ltd 7.99 0.35 4.58% -18.47%
Silver Standard Resources 45.84 0.94 2.09% -62.57%
Turquoise Hill Resources 34.00 -0.48 -1.39% 61.37%


Capstone Mining
Capstone Mining Corp. is a Canada-based mining company. The Company is engaged in the production of and exploration for base metals in the United States, Mexico, Canada and Chile, with a focus on copper. The Company's segments include individual mining operations of Pinto Valley (the United States), Cozamin (Mexico), Minto (Canada), Santo Domingo development project (Chile) and other. Its subsidiary, Pinto Valley Mining Corp., owns and operates copper Pinto Valley Mine located in Arizona, the United States. Capstone Gold, S.A. de C.V., its Mexican subsidiary, owns and operates copper-silver Cozamin Mine located in Zacatecas, Mexico. Minto Explorations Ltd., its Canadian subsidiary, owns and operates copper Minto Mine located in Yukon, Canada. Capstone Mining Chile SpA, its Chilean subsidiary, is performing exploration for base metal deposits in Chile. Minera Santo Domingo SCM, a Chilean subsidiary, holds the Santo Domingo copper-iron project in Chile.