On Jan. 29, Bluestone Resources Inc. announced the results of the feasibility study for its Cerro Blanco gold project in Guatemala.
The study, which uses a base case of US$1,250/oz gold and US$18/oz silver, estimates a post-tax net present value (at 5-per-cent discount) of US$241-million with all-in sustaining costs of US$579/ounce. The project is expected to have initial capital costs of US$196-million with a post-tax payback period of 2.1 years.
Insiders seem enthusiastic about the results with a pair of directors spending a combined $389,686 picking up shares in the public market following the announcement.
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