Company Of The Day: Wheaton Precious Metals

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Wheaton Precious Metals


Wheaton Precious Metals (NYSE:WPM) saw its revenues surge by 33% year-over-year to $330 million during Q2 2021, with EPS coming in at about $0.37, compared to $0.24 in the same quarter last year. While revenues were ahead of analysts’ estimates, earnings fell slightly short.


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  4. With Gold Prices And Production On The Decline, What’s Next For Wheaton Stock?
  5. Is Wheaton Stock A Safe Haven In A Tough Market?
  6. Why Wheaton Precious Metals Stock Lost 20% In Value?

The growth was driven by higher gold and silver production. The company’s average price realizations on gold also jumped 24% compared to last year.

So What?

Wheaton stock rose by about 3.5% in Friday’s trading.

See Our Complete Analysis For Wheaton Precious Metals

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