New Gold Inc. (USA) (AMEX:NGD) decreased -1.97%, to close at $9.46 and its overall traded volume was 3.83M shares during the last session against its average volume of 2.55M. NGD opened the day at $9.60, it made an intraday low of $9.02 and an intraday high of $9.60. The stock has a 52 week low of $3.71 and 52 week high of $10.29. NGD’s market capitalization is 3.71B and it has 391.94M outstanding shares. New Gold Inc. (New Gold) is an intermediate gold producer with a portfolio of global assets in the United States, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Chile and Brazil. The Company’s operating assets consist of the Mesquite gold mine (Mesquite Mine) in the United States, the Cerro San Pedro gold-silver mine (Cerro San Pedro Mine) in Mexico, and the Peak gold-copper mine (Peak Mine) in Australia. In June 2009, New Gold completed its business combination with Western Goldfields Inc., pursuant to which New Gold acquired all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Western Goldfields. In February 2010, Goldcorp, Inc. announced the acquisition of a 70% interest in the El Morro project, an advanced-stage, copper-gold project located in north-central Chile, Atacama Region. Pursuant to an agreement, El Morro is owned 70% by a subsidiary of Goldcorp, Inc. and 30% by a subsidiary of New Gold Inc.