Pan American Silver Corp. (USA) (NASDAQ:PAAS) decreased -2.10%, to close at $38.18 and its overall traded volume was 1.78M shares during the last session against its average volume of 1.25M. PAAS opened the day at $38.50, it made an intraday low of $37.32 and an intraday high of $38.51. The stock has a 52 week low of $20.00 and 52 week high of $42.33. PAAS’s market capitalization is 4.09B and it has 107.19M outstanding shares. Pan American Silver Corp. (Pan American) is engaged in silver mining and related activities, including exploration, extraction, processing, refining and reclamation. The Company’s primary product (silver) is produced in Peru, Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia. The Company has project development activities in Peru, Mexico and Argentina, and exploration activities throughout South America and Mexico. In December 2009, Pan American completed the acquisition of a 93% interest in Aquiline Resources Inc. (Aquiline), which controls the Navidad Project in Chubut, Argentina, a silver development project, as well as several other early stage development projects in Argentina and Peru. The Company’s Huaron silver-zinc underground polymetallic mine is located 320 km northeast of Lima in the heart of the Cerro de Pasco district. Its Morococha is an underground, polymetallic vein mine located 50 kilometers southwest of the Company’s Huaron mine.



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