Southern Copper Corporation (USA) (NYSE:SCCO) decreased -0.72%, to close at $48.60 and its overall traded volume was 1.82M shares during the last session against its average volume of 1.67M. SCCO opened the day at $48.51, it made an intraday low of $48.00 and an intraday high of $48.95. The stock has a 52 week low of $25.56 and 52 week high of $50.35. SCCOs market capitalization is 41.31B and it has 850.00M outstanding shares. Southern Copper Corporation (SCC) is an integrated copper producer. The Company produces copper, molybdenum, zinc and silver. All of its mining, smelting and refining facilities are located in Peru and in Mexico, and it conducts exploration activities in those countries and Chile. Its Peruvian copper operations involve mining, milling and flotation of copper ore to produce copper concentrates and molybdenum concentrates; the smelting of copper concentrates to produce anode copper, and the refining of anode copper to produce copper cathodes. It operates the Toquepala and Cuajone mines in the Andes mountains. The Company also operates a smelter and refinery west of the Toquepala and Cuajone mines in the coastal city of Ilo, Peru. Its Mexican operations are conducted through the Companys subsidiary, Minera Mexico S.A. de C.V. (Minera Mexico). Minera Mexico engages principally in the mining and processing of copper, molybdenum, zinc, silver, gold and lead.