Petropavlovsk, formerly Peter Hambro Mining, is a mining and exploration company with its principal assets located in Russia. The group is primarily focused on the acquisition, exploration, development and production of precious metal deposits but also controls iron ore assets. Its principal operations located in the Amur Region, in the Russian Far East, where it has operated since 1994.


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Current Price: $6.91
Prev Close: $6.89
Open: $6.88
Bid: $6.91
Ask: $6.95
Day's Range: $6.88 - $7.00
52wk Range: $6.25 - $9.15
Volume: 771,964
Avg Vol 2,315,751
Market Cap: $0
P/E (ttm): 0.00
EPS (ttm): $0.00
Div & Yield: $0.00 (0.0%)

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Score: +97.74
Call: Outperform
Time Frame: Five Plus Years
Start Price: $18.24
Start Date: 3/29/2007
Gain/Loss: +$152.4%
S&P Gain/Loss: +$54.7%

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Petropavlovsk, formerly Peter Hambro Mining, is a mining and exploration company with its principal assets located in Russia. The group is primarily focused on the acquisition, exploration, development and production of precious metal deposits but also controls iron ore assets. Its principal operations located in the Amur Region, in the Russian Far East, where it has operated since 1994.

  • Exchange: LSE