Royal Gold Long Term Debt 2010-2024 | RGLD

Royal Gold long term debt from 2010 to 2024. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Royal Gold long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $0.146B, a 70.58% decline year-over-year.
  • Royal Gold long term debt for 2023 was $0.246B, a 56.97% decline from 2022.
  • Royal Gold long term debt for 2022 was $0.572B, a INF% increase from 2021.
  • Royal Gold long term debt for 2021 was $0B, a NAN% decline from 2021.
Royal Gold Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $246
2022 $572
2021 $
2021 $
2020 $300
2019 $215
2018 $351
2017 $586
2016 $601
2015 $314
2014 $312
2013 $302
2012 $293
2011 $211
2010 $223
2009 $19
Royal Gold Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $146
2023-12-31 $246
2023-09-30 $321
2023-06-30 $396
2023-03-31 $497
2022-12-31 $572
2022-09-30 $446
2022-06-30
2022-03-31
2021-12-31
2021-09-30 $95
2021-06-30
2021-03-31 $146
2020-12-31 $196
2020-09-30 $271
2020-06-30 $300
2020-03-31 $100
2019-12-31 $130
2019-09-30 $165
2019-06-30 $215
2019-03-31 $363
2018-12-31 $359
2018-09-30 $355
2018-06-30 $351
2018-03-31 $422
2017-12-31 $493
2017-09-30 $540
2017-06-30 $586
2017-03-31 $636
2016-12-31 $677
2016-09-30 $674
2016-06-30 $601
2016-03-31 $630
2015-12-31 $677
2015-09-30 $675
2015-06-30 $322
2015-03-31 $319
2014-12-31 $317
2014-09-30 $314
2014-06-30 $312
2014-03-31 $309
2013-12-31 $307
2013-09-30 $305
2013-06-30 $302
2013-03-31 $300
2012-12-31 $298
2012-09-30 $295
2012-06-30 $293
2012-03-31 $99
2011-12-31 $273
2011-09-30 $177
2011-06-30 $211
2011-03-31 $229
2010-12-31 $200
2010-09-30 $216
2010-06-30 $223
2010-03-31 $229
2009-12-31
2009-09-30
2009-06-30 $19
2009-03-31 $19
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Gold Miners $8.018B $0.606B
Royal Gold, together with its subsidiaries, acquires and manages precious metals stream and royalty interests, with a primary focus on gold. Royal Gold manages its business under two segments: Acquisition and Management of Stream Interests. A metal stream is a purchase agreement that provides, in exchange for an upfront deposit payment, the right to purchase all or a portion of one or more metals produced from a mine, at a price determined for the life of the transaction by the purchase agreement. Acquisition and Management of Royalty Interests - Royalties are non-operating interests in mining projects which provide the right to revenues or metals produced from the project after deducting specified costs, if any. Royal Gold entered into a silver mine life purchase agreement with Khoemacau Copper Mining Limited, subsidiary of Cupric Canyon Capital LP. The agreement highlights the purchase and sale of silver, produced from the Khoemacau Copper Project in Botswana.
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Franco-Nevada (FNV) Canada $22.340B 33.00
Gold Fields (GFI) South Africa $12.548B 0.00
AngloGold Ashanti (AU) South Africa $9.565B 0.00
Kinross Gold (KGC) Canada $9.230B 15.98
Alamos Gold (AGI) Canada $6.164B 28.65
Harmony Gold Mining (HMY) South Africa $5.548B 0.00
Triple Flag Precious Metals (TFPM) Canada $3.094B 39.41
Osisko Gold Royalties (OR) Canada $3.077B 35.94
Eldorado Gold (EGO) Canada $3.032B 19.27
Iamgold (IAG) Canada $2.135B 25.00
Sandstorm Gold (SAND) Canada $1.623B 68.12
Centerra Gold (CGAU) Canada $1.455B 16.17
Dundee Precious Metals (DPMLF) Canada $1.424B 8.35
Seabridge Gold (SA) Canada $1.292B 0.00
DRDGOLD (DRD) South Africa $0.726B 0.00
Osisko Development (ODV) Canada $0.167B 0.00
Jaguar Mining (JAGGF) Canada $0.137B 8.24
U.S GoldMining (USGO) Canada $0.074B 0.00
US Gold Corp (USAU) United States $0.056B 0.00