Wheaton Precious Metals Market Cap 2010-2024 | WPM

Wheaton Precious Metals market cap history and chart from 2010 to 2024. Market capitalization (or market value) is the most commonly used method of measuring the size of a publicly traded company and is calculated by multiplying the current stock price by the number of shares outstanding. Wheaton Precious Metals market cap as of June 13, 2024 is $23.97B.
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Mining - Miscellaneous $23.971B $1.016B
Wheaton Precious Metals is one of the largest precious metal streaming companies in the world that generates its revenues primarily from the sale of gold, silver and palladium. As of December 31, 2020, the Company has entered into long-term purchase agreements with different mining companies, for the purchase of precious metals and cobalt. Following the PMPAs, Wheaton acquires metal production from the counterparties for an initial upfront payment plus an additional cash payment for each ounce or pound delivered that is fixed by contract, generally at or below the prevailing market price. The company's production profile is driven by the volume of metal production at its various mining assets. The primary drivers of the company's financial results are the volume of metal production at the various mines to which the PMPAs relate and the price realized by Wheaton upon the sale of the metals received.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
BHP Group (BHP) Australia $145.262B 0.00
Rio Tinto (RIO) United Kingdom $83.822B 0.00
Glencore (GLNCY) Switzerland $71.313B 0.00
Newmont (NEM) United States $46.771B 23.31
Teck Resources (TECK) Canada $24.280B 15.51
Cameco (CCJ) Canada $23.001B 110.25
Reliance (RS) United States $16.049B 12.99
South32 (SOUHY) Australia $10.925B 0.00
Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) United States $7.066B 10.93
Impala Platinum Holdings (IMPUY) South Africa $4.160B 0.00
NexGen Energy (NXE) Canada $3.960B 0.00
Alpha Metallurgical Resources (AMR) United States $3.872B 7.21
Lynas (LYSDY) $3.823B 0.00
HudBay Minerals Inc (HBM) Canada $3.468B 24.47
Sibanye Gold (SBSW) South Africa $3.092B 0.00
Paladin Energy (PALAF) Australia $2.772B 0.00
MP Materials (MP) United States $2.326B 0.00
Materion (MTRN) United States $2.262B 21.23
Centamin (CELTF) Jersey $1.743B 0.00
U.S Silica Holdings (SLCA) United States $1.202B 10.53
Ferroglobe (GSM) United Kingdom $1.020B 8.24
Silver Standard Resources (SSRM) United States $0.957B 3.61
Critical Metals (CRML) Australia $0.930B 0.00
EnCore Energy (EU) United States $0.762B 0.00
Lithium Americas (Argentina) (LAAC) Canada $0.643B 19.95
Lithium Americas (LAC) Canada $0.636B 0.00
McEwen Mining (MUX) Canada $0.507B 6.26
TMC The Metals Company (TMC) Canada $0.458B 0.00
Perpetua Resources (PPTA) United States $0.431B 0.00
Nouveau Monde Graphite (NMG) Canada $0.226B 0.00
Piedmont Lithium (PLL) United States $0.226B 0.00
Atlas Lithium (ATLX) United States $0.149B 0.00
Sierra Metals (SMTSF) Canada $0.134B 0.00
American Lithium (AMLI) Canada $0.130B 0.00
Vox Royalty (VOXR) Canada $0.117B 77.67
NioCorp Developments (NB) United States $0.078B 0.00
Western Uranium (WSTRF) Canada $0.076B 0.00
Hycroft Mining Holding (HYMC) United States $0.062B 0.00
American Resources (AREC) United States $0.059B 0.00
Electra Battery Materials (ELBM) Canada $0.027B 0.00
Foremost Lithium Resource & Technology (FMST) Canada $0.013B 0.00
China Natural Resources (CHNR) Hong Kong, SAR China $0.007B 0.00
Hi-Crush (HCR) United States $0.000B 0.00
Lifezone Metals (LZM) $0.000B 0.00
Covia (CVIA) United States $0.000B 0.00
Nexa Resources S.A (NEXA) Luxembourg $0.000B 0.00