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22 june 2018

Lucara Diamond's (LUCRF) CEO William Lamb on Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

13 september 2017
(seekingalpha.com) - The revenues for Q2 set at just under $80 million or over $1,300 per carat of that obviously being driven by the exceptional stone tender, which we had in Q2 with diamonds recovered from both Q2 and Q1 being sold. That brought our revenue for the year to just over $105 million or just under $106 million. We compare that to the $140 million from last year for Q2 and a high number Q3. So operating margins again were very strong at 82% and this comes again from what I think management and the guys on started to do a very good job on, and that is focusing on cost control. And I’m sure that there almost going to be one or two questions around the mining contractor.


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