|Milled ore (tonnes)||132 806||4 950||6 658||0||116 456|
|Head grade (g/t)||2,4||2,9||3,5||0||3,3|
|Gold recovery (%)||83,0||84,0||71,5||0||82,6|
|Hourly utilisation (%)||43,0||55,5||35,7||0||39,3|
|Gold production (kg)||264,2||14,3||16,7||0||331,3|
|Gold production (oz)||8 496||460,3||538,1||0||10 651|
|Revenue growth rate||100 %||-100 %||126 %||-94 %||-14 %|
|EBITDA margin||-47 %||0 %||-596 %||-841 %||6 %|
|Operating margin-%||-109 %||0 %||-1 410 %||-905 %||-46 %|
|Net margin||-130 %||0 %||-1 504 %||-1 322 %||-36 %|
|Equity ratio||66 %||55 %||57 %||57 %||50 %|
|Gearing||19 %||55%||59 %||59 %||74 %|
|Return on equity-%||-53 %||-82 %||-59 %||-26 %||-25 %|
|Average number of employees||42||53||46||34||38|
EBITDA = Operating income + depreciation and amortization
Cost per milled ton of ore = Production cost, excluding depreciation, other capital costs etc. divided by ore tons processed. Conversion from EUR to SEK is done by average rate.
Cash Cost (USD/oz) = Cash cost per ounce is calculated based on the guidance issued by The Gold Institute Production Cost Standard. Mining, ore processing and site administration and off-site smelting and refining costs are included in cash costs while depreciation, capital and exploration costs are excluded. The “Cash Cost” figure is furnished to provide additional information and is a non-IFRS measure. Translation from EUR to USD is done at the average rate.
EBITDA Margin = Adjusted EBITDA as per cent of total revenues.
Operating margin = EBIT as per cent of total revenues.
Net margin = Net income as per cent of total revenues.
Equity ratio = equity/total assets.
Net interest-bearing debt = Total borrowings less cash and cash equivalents.
Net gearing = (total debt – cash and cash equivalent) / equity
Return on equity = Earnings after tax divided by average equity (opening and closing equity for the period)
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