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CAML crosses dividend desert

Copper, zinc and lead miner pays out above its policy given current price strength, bringing the dividend close to the 2018 level
 CAML crosses dividend desert
  • Final dividend of 8p takes total 2020 payout to 14p 
  • Forecast for consistent production and costs this year

Miners are always going to be bullish on the metals they produce, but Central Asia Metals (CAML) has gone further, handing shareholders a dividend based on copper’s current strength. In February, the metal hit a 10-year high of over $9,600 (£6,979) a tonne (t), but has since come back below $9,000/t. 

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