TSXV exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Other Precious Metals & Mining. Location Canada, Toronto.

AbraSilver Resource Corp. [ABRA.VCanada

0.42USD

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

164,344,657 USD
MARKET CAP
.
PE
1.642
BETA (5y)
-0.018
EPS

profit

21,900%

for 5 years

profit

529%

for 3 years

profit

577%

for 2 years

profit

0%

for 1 year

profit

21%

for this year

About AbraSilver Resource Corp.

AbraSilver Resource Corp. operates as a precious metals exploration company in Argentina, Chile, and Canada. It primarily explores for copper, gold, and silver ores. It holds 100% interests in the Diablillos property that covers an area of approximately 79 square kilometers located in the Salta province of northwestern Argentina; and the Aguas Perdidas property covering an area of 6,300 ha in Chubut Province, Argentina. It also has an option agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the La Coipita project that covers an area of 70,000 hectares in San Juan province, Argentina. The company was formerly known as AbraPlata Resource Corp. and changed its name to AbraSilver Resource Corp. in March 2021. AbraSilver Resource Corp. was incorporated in 1993 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

AbraSilver is a gold & silver exploration company, focused on advancing the Diablillos silver-gold project in the mining-friendly Salta province, Argentina. If you buy silver & gold mining stocks, AbraSilver offers investors excellent leverage to gold and silver prices. For more information, call us +1.416.306.8334

AbraSilver Resource Corp.
https://www.abrasilver.com
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