Bendigo Mining (BDG): Loser

Submitted by Share Trading on 11 March, 2007 - 00:36

Bendigo Mining BDG Stock Chart

Bendigo Mining (BDG) is the worst performing company in the ASX200 index this week (Loser of the week for week 9 of 2007). The mining company lost 9.09 percent shedding 3 cents and closing at 30 cents per share. BDG has been a loser of the week multiple times this year to date. The ASX All Ordinaries closed at 5810.2 and the ASX200 index closed at 5830.2.

Bendigo Mining Limited is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under stock code BDG. You can view their investor website here. BDG was listed on the ASX on 19 December, 1985. Bendigo Mining Limited (ASX: BDG) is an Australian company developing one of the world's largest and highest-grade new gold projects. The Bendigo Goldfield produced some 22 million ounces of gold over a century of mining and is estimated to contain high-grade gold mineralisation beneath the historic workings. The Company's mission is to create a sustainable production base through continued exploration and development of the Bendigo deposit. Rod Hanson is the CEO of Bendigo Mining and Peter McCarthy the Chairman. Browse for Australian stockbroker recommendations. Check your charts and good luck with your share trading!