Sierra Metals Inc. (NASDAQ: SMTS) stock surged 14.50%, and over the past 12 months, the stock has soared 264.39%.
Despite the stock gaining 77.36% in the last six months, the stock has dropped 22.1% over the previous three months. The trigger for the recent surge is the Q1 2021 production results that the company announced on April 16, 2021. The company said a 1% silver production increase in the quarter to 0millionounces while copper production was 33% down at 7.9 million pounds. Similarly, lead production and zinc production dropped 1% and 11%, respectively.
Sierra Metals reported a record throughput of 3,728 TPD at the Yauricocha Mine. The company announced the discovery of high-grade oxide polymetallic ore in the Yauricocha Fault recently. So far, 21 holes have been completed in the mine, with the company capturing oxide mineralization that contains high-grade gold, zinc, lead, and copper zones indicating the continued presence of vast mineralization. In the coming weeks, Sierra Metals is among the stock to keep an eye on.
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