“We also like Agnico Eagle. Agnico Eagle doesn’t have the lowest costs in the industry like Eldorado does, but its costs aren’t bad at roughly $900 per ounce on an all-in sustaining cost basis. These are still some of the lower costs in our coverage universe,” Inton said.
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Inton expects Agnico to produce approximately 1.6 million ounces in 2015, compared to 1.1 million ounces last year.
“[This is] largely driven by the jointly acquired Canadian Malartic mine and expansion at existing mines. We think Agnico Eagle, given its decent cost structure and attractive growth profile, is a miner worthy of consideration,” Inton said.