Jaguar Mining Revenue 2007-2019 | JAGGF

Jaguar Mining revenue from 2007 to 2019. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Jaguar Mining Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $95
2017 $105
2016 $121
2015 $107
2014 $116
2013 $134
2012 $172
2011 $243
2010 $171
2009 $141
2008 $94
2007 $48
2006 $21
2005 $9
Jaguar Mining Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2019-09-30 $23
2019-06-30 $24
2019-03-31 $21
2018-12-31 $21
2018-09-30 $25
2018-06-30 $23
2018-03-31 $25
2017-12-31 $27
2017-09-30 $26
2017-06-30 $23
2017-03-31 $29
2016-12-31 $30
2016-09-30 $34
2016-06-30 $30
2016-03-31 $27
2015-12-31 $27
2015-09-30 $28
2015-06-30 $23
2015-03-31 $29
2014-12-31 $25
2014-09-30 $29
2014-06-30 $31
2014-03-31 $31
2013-12-31 $28
2013-09-30 $32
2013-06-30 $32
2013-03-31 $41
2012-12-31 $37
2012-09-30 $38
2012-06-30 $47
2012-03-31 $51
2011-12-31 $57
2011-09-30 $70
2011-06-30 $61
2011-03-31 $55
2010-12-31 $45
2010-09-30 $49
2010-06-30 $37
2010-03-31 $41
2009-12-31 $39
2009-09-30 $35
2009-06-30 $33
2009-03-31 $33
2008-12-31 $28
2008-09-30 $26
2008-06-30 $21
2008-03-31 $19
2007-12-31 $15
2007-09-30 $15
2007-06-30 $11
2007-03-31 $7
2006-09-30 $7
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Gold Miners $0.089B $0.097B
Jaguar is one of the fastest growing gold producers in Brazil with operations in a prolific greenstone belt in the state of Minas Gerais. The company is a Canadian-chartered entity with its headquarters in Concord, New Hampshire, USA. Jaguar is actively exploring and developing additional mineral resources at its land base in Minas Gerais and on an additional concession base in the state of Cear? in the northeast of Brazil through a joint venture. The Company has no gold hedges in place thereby providing the leverage to gold prices directly to its investors. The Company is producing gold at its Turmalina, Paciencia and Sabara operations.
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