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General Overview

About Condor Blanco Mines

Chile is a major producer of copper, gold, silver and molybdenum. It supplies approximately 40% of the world’s copper and most of the world’s major mining companies have a significant presence in Chile.

Chile is an excellent operating environment due to its modern and transparent market-based economy. Foreign firms enjoy the same legal and competitive rights and guarantees as local firms. The principle of non-discretionary treatment governs activities in every economic sector and is embodied in the 1980 Constitution and in all laws, including the Foreign Investment Statute known as Decree Law 600 (D.L. 600).

Foreign companies are able to hold 100% ownership of assets providing they have a company entity incorporated there, and there is no time limit on property rights. Chile also has a favourable tax regime. The attractiveness of Chile was reflected in the 2009 Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies, where Chile ranked 2nd out of 41 countries on the index of regulatory certainty. Chile also achieved 1st position as the country considered having the best mineral potential.

History

Condor Mines has been created by the merger between two Chilean companies: Tierra Amarilla SCM ("Tierra Amarilla") (RUT Number 76.030.198-1) and Condor Blanco SCM ("Condor Blanco") (RUT Number 76.666.460-1). Condor Mines was created through the agreement to merge 100% of Tierra Amarilla and 70% of Condor Blanco into a single firm with a dual, balanced strategy. Both subsidiaries are registered in Chile as Sociedad Contractual Minera (“SCM”) mining companies. The Chilean companies hold an extensive tenement position in northern Chile with a focus on gold and copper.

The owners of Tierra Amarilla and Condor Blanco became foundational shareholders in Condor Mines. They, including Mr Jose Bahamondes, Condor Mines' Operations Director, recognised the need to bring in a team of international exploration specialists and external capital to realise the potential of the tenements.

Tierra Amarilla's properties include strong exploration targets for epithermal gold-silver in the world-class Maricunga Belt. All projects host demonstrated mineralization and the lead time to determine specific drill targets is short. Condor Blanco’s assets also include mining titles to two copper projects, Cautiva and Fenix, which both have had a history of artisanal exploitation. Condor Blanco's licenses presents a unique opportunity to invest in close to production copper mining projects. The investment opportunity is considered to provide a significant return on investment within a 6-12 month time frame and a rapid payback based on low capital requirements. Initial investment also capitalised on opportunities identified and negotiated by Tierra Amarilla and Condor Blanco to consolidate the tenement package by executing options to lock-up world-class ground at Carachapampa and La Isla.

Condor Mines will base its operations in Copiapó, a major mining city in northern Chile. The merger of Tierra Amarilla and Condor Blanco provides Condor Mines with an experienced operating team of professionals and an established logistical base in this area. This has already allowed Condor Mines to commence exploration work on an efficient and low cost base.

Strategic Vision

It is the strategy and vision of the board and management of Condor Mines to provide shareholders with the opportunity of investing in a Chilean copper-gold company with world class exploration prospects and a near term copper production potential.One of the core strengths of Condor Mines lies in the relationships it has developed with local partners, allowing the Company to acquire its tenements through the takeover of two Chilean companies, with ongoing participation by the vendors, who still hold interests in some projects.

Early copper production and world class exploration come nicely together with exploration for copper-gold-porphyry and epithermal mineralisation taking place in the Domeyko and Maricunga Belts, regions hosting multi-million ounce deposits of gold in the Andean Cordillera of northern Chile. The projects in this region, Carachapampa, La Isla and Yaretas, are highly prospective and extremely exciting geologically, providing first-rate targets for investment.

Meanwhile copper-gold projects Fraga and Gold Iron are hosted in the Chilean Iron Belt, a major copper-gold and iron producing lithology. Fraga and Gold Iron exhibit vein and manto-style disseminated copper mineralisation of iron oxide-copper-gold (“IOCG") affinity typical of the Punta del Cobre district. The Company’s two early term production projects, Cautiva and Fenix, are also in the Chilean Iron Belt, and will benefit first hand from the local government run copper smelter and leaching plant system. Cautiva is at the most advanced stage of development, with the potential to enter into production within 3-6 months of first investment.

The Company greatly benefits from a highly experienced exploration team including Mr Carl Swensson their Executive Director of Geology, former Chief Exploration Geologist at Normandy Mining Ltd. For many years now, Mr Swensson has divided his time between Chile and Australia. Mr Swensson’s Chilean business partner and a qualified miner Mr Jose Bahamondes is also an integral part of the team and is on the board of the Company as Operations Director.


Projects

Carachapampa

NOTE: As announced in the June 2014 Quarterly Announcement, Condor Blanco Mines Limited has renewed this tenement for the second half on 2014 year.

The Carachapampa project is located approximately 20km NE of the La Coipa Mine (3.2Moz Au, 185Moz Ag – Kinross) and 4km south of Kingsgate’s Nueva Esperanza project (combined mineral resources of 82Moz Ag) . The main target is a 5.25km2 high sulphidation epithermal alteration system developed in dominantly dacitic volcanics and bounded by NNE trending structures of the same orientation as those controlling the alteration and mineralisation at La Coipa and the Nueva Esperanza.

The Carachapampa tenements adjoin Kinross Gold-Silver mines to the west and Kingsgate to the north. The western edge of the alteration system extends onto Kinross tenements. The northern margin of the alteration system was the subject of an illegal gold rush some three years ago. Condor has allowed minor artisanal gold workings on the property until recently.

Exploration Conducted:
  • Geological and alteration mapping of the entire tenement at 1:10,000
  • Rock chip geochemistry
  • Drilling of 16 RC holes for 3324m in an initial scout programme, concentrating on the northern
  • edge of the alteration system.
  • PIMA alteration study on selected drill samples
  • Mineragraphy on selected drill samples.

IP survey over the alteration system comprising 24 line km over 10 lines of 2.4km each.

4,000m diamond drilling program to test IP anomalies (in progress March-April 2013)

Exploration Results:

Mapping showed the alteration to be much larger than previously thought (as did the drilling and IP) as much of the alteration is obscured by a thin (0.5-3m) cover of recent volcanic ash. The mapping confirmed a typical HSE alteration assemblage of massive and vuggy silica, argillic and advanced argillic alteration with associated hydrothermal breccias. Both the illegal mining rush and rock chip samples to 8.28g/t Au and 32.4g/t Ag confirmed the system was mineralised. The mapping also identified a 1kg square alteration system in the NW part of the tenements close to the Chimberos open pit.

Eight of the 16 reverse circulation drill holes returned significant Ag-Au intercepts associated with hydrothermal breccias and silicification in WNW and NNE structures. The Ag/Au ratios were similar to those at La Coipa with gold of lower tenor than silver. Generally Au intersections were of the order of 0.2-0.5ppm Au over 1-8m intervals and Ag up to 90g/t Ag over intercepts of 1-18m. The best intersect was 10m @ 39.7ppm Ag from 18-28m in hole RCCP 12. In general grades had a tendency to increase with depth.

Both the PIMA alteration study and the mineragraphy confirmed the prospective nature of the alteration and the presence of free gold. Drilling was not sufficient to establish vectors through the alteration study. The recent IP survey produced highly encouraging results, identifying three areas of strong conductivity and co-incident moderate resistivity which modelling locates at 150m below surface and which tend to coalesce at depths of >200m below surface. Encouragingly, the largest conductor locates under thin cover which has not been tested by drilling. None of the initial drill holes reached the IP targets, although the better holes were located above the conductors in most cases.

Carachapampa Exploration Targets and Potential

Exploration to date has identified a very large and demonstratively mineralised HSE system over which a limited first pass drilling campaign has returned very encouraging results. The IP survey has not only provided exciting new targets for a second diamond drilling campaign (which is underway at the time of writing in March 2013) but has indicated that the initial holes stopped short of the main zone of interest despite the encouraging results.

The size of the alteration system has the potential to host a significant mineralised system. In addition to the main system, the smaller system identified by mapping and geochemistry in the NW of the tenements is yet to receive any follow up exploration.

Carachapampa Gold-Silver Project - UPDATE June 2013

The drilling season at Carachapampa has commenced successfully after delays associated with new occupational health and safety regulations introduced by the Chilean government. The current program involves drilling 10 diamond holes (marked DDHCP01-10 Fig 301) for a total length of about 4,000 meters. The program targets significant Induced Polarisation (IP) geophysical anomalies considered to represent large areas of silicification and sulphide development. Holes are planned to a nominal depth of 400 meters with the target depth of the IP anomalies at 150-200 meters below the surface.

As reported on 22 May the diamond drill rig had been located over diamond drill hole DDH-CP1 to deepen the hole to 400m. The drill crew took the opportunity for a break during a three day snow fall after successfully relocating the drilling rig. However as they returned to site, the forecast changed rapidly to blizzard conditions with 120km per hour winds. In the intervening three day period approximately 1m of snow had fallen and it was decided in the interests of safety and operational logistics that the drilling should be postponed until spring. The Andean winter had commenced despite an unseasonably mild autumn that had allowed the drilling to proceed for at least a month longer than usual.

To maintain exploration impetus the drilling contractor, SW Drilling, has relocated the diamond drill rig to the Gold Iron porphyry copper project at a much lower altitude of approximately 2000m.

Assays from drill hole DDH-CP2B are still awaited from ACME Laboratories in Chile and are expected to be returned around 16 June.

While drilling was in progress, an additional 47 rock chip samples were taken in the southern part of the Carachapampa alteration system where previous rock sampling was sparse. The sampling included an area of high silver assays previously sampled. Assays from this work are expected around 16 June.

“At high altitudes drilling has always been seasonal but we are enthusiastic about testing at depth,” said Mr Glen Darby, managing director of Condor Blanco. “We have a good relationship with the drilling crew and we’re all eager to get back into Carachapampa in the spring.”

Carachapampa Northern Zone 'Cerro de la Cruz' prospect

At the re-commencement of drilling in spring, further rock geochemical sampling will be extended to the north of the licence area, around the Cerro de la Cruz prospect which was located during regional mapping of the project area.

The Cerro de la Cruz prospect is a well-defined zone of alteration characterised by strong vuggy silica alteration over an area of approximately 0.5km2 that has returned significant silver grades and located 3000m SE of the Chimberos deposit.

The Chimberos deposit was a very high grade high sulphidation epithermal silver deposit mined by Anglo American for a production of approximately 34M ounces of silver.

Yaretas

The project is located approximately 25km west of the Maricunga projects. The tenements cover two large argillic to phyllic alteration systems that are very evident on Aster imagery. The tenements are surrounded by tenure held by Antofagasta Minerals PLC and Metallic Resources, the Chilean subsidiary of New Gold Inc. The alteration systems measure approximately 3x1.8km in the north and 2.7x1.2km in the south as defined by the Aster sericite-jarosite-alunite-k feldspar alteration assemblage.

The alteration is developed dominantly in Upper Triassic La Ternera Formation clastic sediments, andesitic pyroclastics and volcanics in contact with the Eocene age EL Gato granodiorite. The La Ternera rocks are strongly silicified which may in part be due to contact metamorphic effects. Sulphidic hydrothermal breccias have been noted in the northern alteration zone.

Of significance is the occurrence of similar alteration systems in New Gold’s ground to the immediate east of Condor’s tenement.New Gold reported the discovery of a porphyry system at Cerro Matta with a best intercept of 108m @ 0.4%Cuand 0.96g/t Au. Close by New Gold also reported a best intercept of 17m @ 1.98g/t Au from the high sulphidation epithermal Quebrada prospect. Subsequently New Gold have established a joint venture with Antofagasta Minerals PLC to further exploration on these prospects. There is no known previous exploration on Condor’s Yaretas project.

Exploration Conducted
  • Establishment of approximately 30km of track access to both alteration anomalies.
  • Establishment of a base camp.
  • Regional mapping of both systems approximately 50% complete
  • Mapping and geochemical reference library of 70 samples collected.
Exploration Results

Mapping while only 50% complete at 1:10,000 scale has confirmed extensive silicification, argillic alteration and localised phyllic alteration over the Aster alteration anomalies. Two main structural trends, 1750-2100 and 2700-3100 are apparent which contain drusy quartz, stockwork fine veining and sericitic-jarosite-limonite alteration in narrow structures. Mapping is highly constrained by thick talus with outcrop, except on the ridges rare, despite the strong relief. The mapping and sampling while only partially completed, supports the existence of two large porphyry alteration systems that have been exposed at high level. If mineralised, mineralisation may be expected at depths of 200-400m.

Yaretas Exploration Targets and Potential

Two large porphyry alteration systems have been demonstrated at Yaretas located within the demonstrably fertile Domeyko Belt. The potential of the alteration systems is enhanced by the discovery of New Gold Inc’s Cerro Matta prospect some 4km to the east with identical Aster alteration signatures. The property is unexplored. Condor intends to complete the geological and alteration mapping in spring and generate drill targets by undertaking combined IP and ground magnetics with initial drilling to commence in late summer.

Cautiva-Victoria

The project comprises 3 mining concessions totalling 62 hectares. Mineralisation within the project area is hosted by a major vein structure known as the Veta Gruesa which has a general strike of 330° with local variations in strike direction from 295° – 320°. The structure is traceable for approximately 1.5 km before it continues north westerly into the neighbouring Blanco property, where it is currently being mined for sulphide ore by a private enterprise. The mineralisation has had a long history of shallow secondary copper mining by numerous open pits.

The structure has a dominantly vertical dip with local flexures resulting in vein dips of 80° to both the NE and SW. As is common with such structures, vein width varies with widths ranging from 0.5m – 5m with an average width of 1.5-2m. Ladder veins are developed intermittently along the main structure, dipping 20° – 30° towards the SW and provide for significant thickening of the mineralisation at the intersection with the main structure. In addition to the development of ladder veins, fine stockwork veining is occasionally developed on the NE side of the main structure as are occasional parallel veins. All of these subsidiary mineralised geometries provide for local thickening of the mineralisation.

The vein is composed of quartz-calcite-hematite-magnetite, hosting chalcopyrite and pyrite in the primary (sulphide) zone. In the oxidised and transition zones a complex suite of secondary copper minerals includes malachite, atacamite, chrysocolla, cuprite, covellite and bornite. In the southern portion of the Cautiva tenements the mineralisation is hosted within granite of the Cabeza de Vaca pluton. Elsewhere, in the north of this area, mineralisation is hosted in hornfelsed sediments, consisting dominantly of calcareous siltstones and fine sandstones of the La Ternera Formation.

Exploration Conducted

The following exploration has been undertaken by Condor Blanco:

  • Detailed topographic survey – to control geological mapping and mine design.
  • Geological Mapping at 1:2,500 scale – to accurately map the main and subsidiary veins and to confirm consistency of width and attitude of the main mineralised structure. The mapping also controlled subsequent drilling and provided a general understanding of the mineralisation.
  • Reverse circulation drilling of five holes to confirm the presence, grade and width of sulphide mineralisation and to provide data to design a decline. Three holes were drilled at Cautiva in the south of the project area, covering a strike extent of 100m, spaced 50m apart. Two holes were drilled at Victoria in the far north of the lease, spaced approximately 100m apart. The total length of the five holes was 739m.
  • Detailed channel sampling of the Veta Gruesa structure at approximately 10m intervals to assess the leachable copper grades and widths at surface to provide data for a copper oxide leaching study.
  • Drilling of eleven reverse circulation drill holes designed to test leachable secondary copper grades at approximately 20m and 40m below surface to provide three dimensional data for a secondary copper leaching study. Total length of this programme was 373m.
  • In addition to exploration conducted by CBM, Catalina Resources PLC drilled six reverse circulation holes on the tenements; two on the Cautiva tenements and four on the Victoria tenements. All four holes on the Victoria tenements failed to intersect the Veta Gruesa structure but the two holes in Cautiva successfully intersected the structure.
Exploration Results

Mapping showed that of the total strike extent of the Veta Gruesa structure is 1100m within the Cautiva-Victoria tenements; approximately 900m was well developed with an average width of 1.5-2m and a relatively consistent dip of 85o to the SW. Mapping supported the potential for a sulphide resource of some 900,000t in a 100m vertical window.

Drilling of the three holes at Cautiva failed to intersect the sulphide zone as the holes were too shallow and intersected a leached zone above the sulphide zone. Two holes in this area were previously drilled by Catalina Recourses, one of which did intersect the sulphide zone with an intersection of 1m @ 0.98%Cu from 106-107m within a 16m wide zone of mineralisation grading 0.32%Cu.

Two drill holes were drilled to intersect the sulphide zone at the very northern end of the Victoria tenements, approximately 100-200m south of the Blanco Mine.

Both holes intersected the sulphide zone as predicted. Strongly developed magnetite-pyrite mineralisation over 2m was intersected in RCCB04 very similar to that being mined in the Blanco Mine. However only poorly developed veinlet sulphide mineralisation was intersected in RCCB05 100m to the south. No significant assays were returned from these holes.

The secondary copper channel sampling programme returned leachable copper assays up to 2.26%Cu with all samples returning an average of 0.54%Cu. The 200m strike length of the lode at Victoria averaged 1.29%Cu. The results were sufficiently encouraging to implement a shallow RC drilling programme to determine if a small heap leach operation could be justified. However the 11 RC holes, drilled to intersect the oxidized lode at 20 and 40m below surface returned generally disappointing results.

Over the 1200m of strike over the Veta Gruesa structure within the Victoria-Cautiva Structure, only three drill holes have intersected the sulphide zone, leaving significant potential for a copper sulphide resource in excess of a million tonnes. The topography provides an excellent opportunity for a short decline to access the sulphide levels.

Geochemical sampling and historic exploitation indicate significant scope for a secondary copper resource within the tenements. While the shallow reverse circulation drilling by CBM returned generally low tenor results, the drilling has only tested a relatively small area of the secondary copper window and significant scope for a secondary copper resource remains.

Fenix

The Fenix Project is located 78 km SSE of Copiapó. The project is located 5km to the north of the outer rim of the large Cerro Blanco Caldera. The geology is dominated by volcanics of the Sierra La Dichosa Lavas. The central Fenix area is located on a north trending anticline which is developed within a broad regional synclinorium, and situated between two calderas; the Lomas Bayas Caldera in the north and the Cerro Blanco Caldera in the south. Both calderas have established epithermal silver and gold mining districts around them.

Fenix is a “vein field” of numerous thin quartz-barite-chalcopyrite veins which have been extensively worked by artisanal miners in shallow pits. The Difunta Vein is the largest of these numerous mineralised structures with a strike length of some 900m.

Where the mineralised structures cut vesicular lava flow tops, the vesicles are mineralised, commonly forming individual lenses of mineralisation of 0.5-1.5m thickness. These mantos have been recently exploited by artisanal miners.

The Fenix project has potential for a medium-sized copper sulphide operation from both the vein and manto mineralisation. The exploration undertaken to date has not sufficiently tested the potential for either sulphide or secondary copper mineralisation in either style of mineralisation.

Fraga

The Fraga project is located 60km NE of Copiapo within a region characterised by a large number of small copper workings which are typically shallow dipping mantos or steep veins. The tenement area comprises sediments and andesitic volcanics of the upper Triassic La Ternera formation and volcanic agglomerates and fossiliferous sediments of mid-upper Jurassic Sierra Fraga Formation.

Condor has recently completed field reconnaissance and geological mapping at a scale of 1:10,000. No significant mineralisation or alteration of was noted. The property has potential for small manto style mineralisation but does not meet Condor’s criteria for large scale mineralisation potential. The property will be farmed out or divested.

Gold Iron

NOTE: As announced in the June 2014 Quarterly Announcement, Condor Blanco Mines Limited has renewed this tenement for the second half on 2014 year.

The Gold Iron project is located 40km east of Copiapo. A large porphyry alteration system present at Gold Iron was recognised and mapped by Condor Mines. The system crops out as a striking visible colour anomaly over an area of 2km x 600m and is evident as a strongly anomalous Aster alteration anomaly regionally. The alteration is developed in monzonitic and diorite porphyry of probable Palaeocene-Eocene age near the eastern margins of the Chilean Iron Belt. This strong alteration system is dominated by quartz-sericite (phyllic) alteration. The system is intruded by numerous quartz-tourmaline breccia pipes as well as lithic breccias and late stage phreatic breccias. Minor copper mineralisation is evident as secondary copper minerals in late stage laminated quartz veins.

The margins of this system were drill tested by Anglo American in the late 1980’s. There is no data available regarding the results of this drilling. However, drilling was too shallow and located too distant from the main alteration system to have effectively tested the potential for copper mineralisation. The alteration system therefore represented a untested potential porphyry copper system in which the alteration at surface indicated that any mineralisation would be only apparent at a depth of 200-400m below the present surface.

Despite excellent results from the initial drilling, Condor has suspended further exploration over the property pending the resolution of a conflict of title on one of the exploration licences. This conflict is in the process of resolution at the time of writing this status report and Condor is confident that resolution of the issue will be in its favour.

Gold Iron Project - Diamond Drilling Program - June 2013 update

Condor has returned highly encouraging results from an initial scout drilling program of reverse circulation holes at the Gold Iron porphyry copper project as reported to the market on 17 November 2011. Both the intensity of the alteration and copper grades were improving with depth. However the reverse circulation drilling method used only allowed penetration to approximately 350m vertical due to high water flows.

The proposed diamond drilling will allow testing the prospect to depths of up to 600m. Initially two drill holes are proposed to be drilled, DDHGI-01 and DDHGI-02.

Drilling of DDHGI-01 commenced on 7 June 2013 with the hole depth reaching 73.5m on 9 June 2013. Both holes should be completed within 2-3 weeks following the commencement of two twelve hour shifts. Condor eagerly awaits the results of these holes to test the mineralised system at much deeper levels.

Marianas Tailings

On 22 April 2014, Condor announced that the commercial scale trial at the Marianas Magnetite Tailings Project has surpassed previous results. Mined head grade (17.88% Fe) containing magnetite (11.68% magnetite) were significantly higher than the earlier 40 tonne samples. The analysis (Davis Tube Test) contained iron in the 21.9 tonnes of concentrate produced 69.63% levels. The magnetite concentrate represented 12.54% of material collected by weight, a 12.5% increase on the earlier recovery result.

The concentrate grade of the 21.9 tonnes of output from the un-optimised three drum circuit was 51.48% Fe. Consequently, to shift this grade up towards the DTT level, the implementation design will include an additional circuit to disperse and sieve the feed as well as a linear arrangement of two final drums to deliver a concentrate close to the DTT produced a result of 69.74%. The analytical results of the commercial trial reported on 22 April 2014 are shown the grade results and processing performance of this commercial scale bulk sampling are substantially higher than earlier testwork. The mined head grade and magnetite content in this 200 tonne sample is particularly pleasing, being strongly representative and showing increases of over 40% from smaller tests.

In the period, Condor has employed a full-time environmental and administrative officer, Esther Weinstein, to drive the approvals process. Ms. Weinstein was previously employed in a similar role for Canadian firm Minera Verde Resources Chile Ltda., where she held overall responsibility for environmental permits and land management supervision. Prior to this, Ms.Weinstein worked at BHP Billiton within the Minerals Exploration Department.

The Marianas Project is a tailings retreatment project which exploits a combination of positive metallurgical, economic and environmental aspects of an estimated 11Mt of magnetite-bearing historical tailings within the city of Copiapo in northern Chile.

The tailings are dry and occupy a series of connected impoundments over a contiguous area of 24ha. This significant resource has attracted the attention of a number of assessments in the past with significant bulk sampling being conducted by adits, trenches and pits. However the inability of previous companies to amalgamate the titles under a single entity precluded the exploitation of the Marianas resource until now, where Chile Iron has succeeded in being in a position to exercise an option to acquire the rights to the entire resource.

The project is favourably located with respect to access to ports, power, water, experienced workforce and engineering support. In addition to being amenable to very cheap mining and treatment by magnetic separation to produce a high grade, direct marketing magnetite concentrate, the tailings also contain potentially economic extractable concentrations of gold and molybdenum. The feasibility of commercially extracting these additional minerals through secondary processing will be the subject of a separate feasibility study once magnetite production is underway.


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Share Statistics

  Revenue/Share Free Cash Flow Per Share Cash Flow Per Share Book Value Per Share Book Value(tangible) Per Share Cash Per Share
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Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios['Per share data'].AREVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Per share data'].ACFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].ABVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].ATANBVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].ACSHPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMREVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMFCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - -
  Dividend Per Share EPS Normalized EPS Basic Exluding Extraordinary Items EPS Including Extraordinary Items EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items EBITD Per Share
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMDIVSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMBEPSXCL.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMEPSINCX.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMEPSXCLX.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMEBITDPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
5 Year Average {{ratios['Per share data'].ADIV5YAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
Avg Vol(3 month) Avg Vol(10 day) Shares Outstanding Float % Held by Insiders % Held by Institutions Shares Short Shares Ratio Short % of Float Shares Short(prior month)
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Common Shareholders Shares Outstanding Shares Issued Float
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Index Code Index name
{{item}} {{generalInfo.IndexMembership[item]}}
N/A N/A
Order Industry Type Code Mnemonic Reported
N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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Valuation Ratios

  P/E excluding extraordinary items P/E Normalized P/E Basic excluding extraordinary items P/E excluding extraordinary items high P/E excluding extraordinary items low P/E including extraordinary items
Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios.Valuation.APEEXCLXOR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.APENORM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - -
TTM {{ratios.Valuation.PEEXCLXOR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios.Valuation.PEBEXCLXOR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.TTMPEHIGH.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.TTMPELOW.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.PEINCLXOR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
  Price to Sales Price to Tangible Book Price to Free Cash Flow per Share Price to Cash Flow per Share Price to Book
Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios.Valuation.APR2REV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.APR2TANBK.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.APRFCFPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios.Valuation.APRICE2BK.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Trailing 12 Months {{ratios.Valuation.TTMPR2REV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios.Valuation.TTMPRFCFPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Valuation.TTMPRCFPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Most Recent Quarter - {{ratios.Valuation.PR2TANBK.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - {{ratios.Valuation.PRICE2BK.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
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Dividend Yield - indicated annual dividend divided by closing price {{ratios.Valuation.YIELD.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Current Dividend Yield - Common Stock Primary Issue, LTM {{ratios.Valuation.DivYield_CurTTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Net Debt, LFI {{ratios.Valuation.NetDebt_I.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Net Debt, LFY {{ratios.Valuation.NetDebt_A.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}

Financial Strength Ratios

  Current ratio Quick ratio LT debt/equity Total debt/total equity
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Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios['Financial strength'].ACURRATIO.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].AQUICKRATI.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ALTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ATOTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMPAYRAT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].EV2FCF_CurTTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios['Income Statement'].AREV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].AEBITD.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].AEBT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].ANIAC.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].AEBTNORM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMREV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMEBITD.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMEBT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMNIAC.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Income Statement'].VDES_TTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios.Margins.TTMGROSMGN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.TTMNPMGN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.TTMOPMGN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.TTMPTMGN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.Focf2Rev_TTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
5 Year Average {{ratios.Margins.GROSMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.MARGIN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.OPMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.PTMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.Focf2Rev_AAvg5.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Most Recent Fiscal Year {{ratios['Financial strength'].ACURRATIO.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].AQUICKRATI.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].AINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ALTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].ATOTD2EQ.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Trailing 12 Months - - {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Management Effectiveness Ratios

Turnover Asset Inventory Receivables
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMASTTURN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMINVTURN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMRECTURN.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMROAPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMROEPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMROIPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
5 Year Average {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].AROA5YAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].AROE5YAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].AROI5YRAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Employees Net Income Revenue
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMNIPEREM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Mgmt Effectiveness'].TTMREVPERE.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}

Growth Ratios

Growth Rates Revenue % EPS Dividend Revenue/Share Book Value Per Share Capital Spending Net Profit Margin
Most Recent Quarter 1 Year Ago {{ratios.Growth.REVCHNGYR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSCHNGYR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
5 Years {{ratios.Growth.REVTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios.Growth.REVPS5YGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.BVTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.CSPTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.NPMTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
3 Years {{ratios.Growth.REVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.DIVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - -
TTM over TTM {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TTMEPSCHG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
5 Year CAGR {{ratios.Growth.FOCF_AYr5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_AYr5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TanBV_AYr5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.STLD_AYr5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
{{forecasts.ProjEPS | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{forecasts.ProjEPSH | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{forecasts.ProjEPSL | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{forecasts.ProjEPSNumOfEst | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{forecasts.ProjEPSQ | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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ProjDPS ProjDPSH ProjDPSL ProjDPSNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
Fiscal Year Ends Most Recent Quarter Transfer agent Auditor Shariah Compliant

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Fiscal Period
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Analyst Footnotes

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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

Start Date End Date
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No Directors, Officers & Company Executives Information Found.

Recommendation Statistics

No Recommendation Statistics

Recommendation Statistics
Recommendation Number Of Analysts
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I/B/E/S Mean
{{verdict[meanmarker]}} {{analystvotes}} Analysts Mean recommendation from all analysts covering the company on a standardized 5-point scale.
  • Sell
  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Target Price

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Target Price
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High {{priceTarget.High}}
Low {{priceTarget.Low}}
Median {{priceTarget.Median}}
Standard Devitation {{priceTarget.StandardDeviation}}
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Contact Info

Condor Blanco Mines Limited

Suite 805
160 Castlereagh street
Sydney, NSW
Australia, 2000

Phone: +61 2 8064 3624
Fax: +61 2 8064 4118
Email: info@condormines.com
Website: http://www.condormines.com

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