Galiano Gold (GAU) Climbs 6.05% on August 5

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Shares of Galiano Gold Inc (NYSE: GAU) moved 6.05% Friday.

As of 11:45:01 est, Galiano Gold sits at $0.44 and has risen $0.0248 per share in trading so far.

Galiano Gold has moved 13.15% over the last 30 days and has a YTD change of 35.55% based on the previous close.

The company anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-11.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Galiano Gold visit the company profile.

About Galiano Gold Inc

Galiano is focused on creatinga sustainable business capable of long-term value creation for its stakeholders through organic production growth, exploration and disciplined deployment of its financial resources. The company currently operates and manages the Asanko Gold Mine, located in Ghana, West Africa which is jointly owned with Gold Fields Ltd. The Company is strongly committed to the highest standards for environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety for its employees and neighbouring communities.

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