Asanko Gold Inc. (AKG:CA) Rises 7.14% for July 12

Equities Staff  |

July 12 was a positive day for Asanko Gold Inc. (AKG:CA) as its stock finished the day having gained 7.14% to hit a price of $1.50 a share. The company reached a market cap of 338.71 million and has 225.8 million shares outstanding. Asanko Gold Inc. is a component of the the S&P/TSX Composite Index.

445,550 shares changed hands over the course of the day as compared to an average volume of 124,983 over the last 30 days for Asanko Gold Inc..

Asanko Gold Inc is a gold producer. Its principal asset is the Asanko Gold Mine, located in Ghana, West Africa. It owns two deposits Nkran and Esaase and a 3 Mtpa carbon-in-leach (CIL) processing plant facility.. The company makes its home in Vancouver, BC, and is currently under the leadership of CEO Peter Breese.

Asanko Gold Inc. has hit a high of $2.09 and reached a low of $0.55 over its last year of trading. The stock’s 50-day SMA is now $1.51 and 200-day SMA is $1.19. As for its price valuations, the P/E ratio is at 160.4 and P/B is now 0.59.

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Launched in 1977, the S&P/TSX Composite Index is widely recognized as the benchmark gauge for the broader Canadian equity market. According to TMX, the index cover approximately 95% of the Canadian equities market and only Canadian-based companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange are eligible to be included in the index.

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