Yamana Gold (AUY) Climbs in Active Trading for August 4

Equities Staff  |

Yamana Gold Inc. (NYSE:AUY) shares moved 5.51% today on 17,628,041 shares - in comparison to their 30 day average of 16,334,153 shares traded.

As of today’s closing price of $4.98 the company has a 50 day moving average of $4.76.

The company is set to release earnings on 2022-10-27.

Yamana Gold has gained 13.15% so far this year.

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

About Yamana Gold Inc.

YAMANA GOLD is a Canadian-based precious metals producer with a high quality, diversified portfolio, including significant gold and silver production; long-life production assets – including development stage properties and exploration properties – located throughout mining-friendly jurisdictions across the Americas, in Canada, Brazil, Chile and Argentina. Yamana plans to build on this base through sustainable expansion and optimization initiatives at existing operating mines, development of new mines, the advancement of its exploration properties and, at times, by targeting other consolidation opportunities with a primary focus in the Americas. The company is committed to operating responsibly and transparently to strengthen sustainable returns to shareholders and align business and societal outcomes by creating transformational impacts for all stakeholders.

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