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Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc. [LMEFF]Canada

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Gold. Location Canada, Toronto.
At close Tue Sep 27 2022
0.7 USD 👎0.0084 (-1.20%)

At close Tue Sep 27 2022

Marketcap
181,068,288 USD

Marketcap

PE:.
BETA (5y):0.259
EPS:-0.014
Profits

for 5 years

3,135%

for 3 years

1,237%

for 2 years

490%

for 1 year

380%

for this year

-9%
Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc. engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of gold properties in Canada. The company explores for gold, silver, zinc, copper, and base metal deposits. Its flagship project is the Ishkoday property covering an area of 4,442 hectares of land package covering 6 properties consisting of 20 mining leases totaling 1,178 hectares and 17 mining claims totaling 3,264 hectares located in Irwin, Pifher, Walters, and Elmhirst townships to the northeast of the town of Beardmore. The company was formerly known as Laurion Gold Inc. and changed its name to Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc. in October 2006. Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc. was incorporated in 1945 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

LAURION Mineral Exploration Inc. (TSXV:LME OTCPINK: LMEFF) is a small-cap, mid-stage junior exploration and development company focused primarily on its wholly owned 47km2 (11,607ac.) flagship ‘brown field’ Ishkoday Gold Polymetallic Project located 220km

Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc.
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