Gold  $ 1,209.78 -5.34 -0.44% Volume: September 30, 2014
ABX NYSE  $ 15.00 -0.24 -1.57% Volume: 7,872,223 September 29, 2014
ABX TSX  $ 16.71 -0.31 -1.82% Volume: 1,554,414 September 29, 2014
operations
Premier assets, profitable production

Barrick’s 2014 full year gold production guidance is 6.0-6.5 million ounces from a portfolio that includes some of the world’s premier gold assets. Expected all-in sustaining costs of $900-$940 per ounce1 are the lowest of the senior gold producers. Adjusted operating costs in 2014 are expected to be $580-$630 per ounce1.

Our five cornerstone mines — Cortez and Goldstrike in Nevada, Lagunas Norte in Peru, Veladero in Argentina and Pueblo Viejo in the Dominican Republic — are expected to generate about 60% of 2014 production at all-in sustaining costs of $750-$800 per ounce1. These superior assets position Barrick extremely well amongst our peers in the current gold price environment.

Copper production in 2014 is expected to be 410-440 million pounds at C1 cash costs of $1.90-$2.101 per pound and C3 fully allocated costs of $2.50-$2.75 per pound1.

2014 Full-Year Guidance

6.0 - 6.5 million Ounces of gold $900 - $940 All-in sustaining costs per ounce $580 - $630 Adjusted operating costs per ounce
410 - 440 million Pounds of copper $1.90 - $2.10 C1 cash costs per pound $2.50 - $2.75 C3 fully allocated costs per pound
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Exploration

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African Barrick Gold

African Barrick Gold

African Barrick Gold plc (ABG) is a company listed on the London Stock Exchange that owns gold mines and exploration properties in Africa. Barrick holds a 63.9% equity interest in ABG.

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  1. All-in sustaining costs per ounce, adjusted operating costs per ounce, C1 cash costs per pound and C3 fully allocated cash costs per pound are non-GAAP financial performance measures. See pages 46-51 of Barrick’s Second Quarter 2014 Report.