First Majestic Silver Corporation (AG) falls -1.3410% for June 18 – Equities.com

First Majestic Silver Corporation (NYSE: AG) shares fell -1.3410% to end trading Friday at $16.18 per share – a net change of $-0.22. Shares traded between $16.75 and $16.13 throughout the day.

About First Majestic Silver Corporation

First Majestic is a publicly traded mining company focused on silver production in Mexico and is aggressively pursuing the development of its existing mineral property assets. The Company presently owns and operates the San Dimas Silver/Gold Mine, the Santa Elena Silver/Gold Mine and the La Encantada Silver Mine. Production from these mines are projected to be between 12.5 to 13.9 million silver ounces or 20.6 to 22.9 million silver equivalent ounces in 2021.

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