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Teck Resources Ltd Class B TECK Stock Quote

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Teck Resources Reports a Solid 2022 Third-Quarter Result, FVE Modestly Lowered to USD 25

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No-moat Teck reported a solid third-quarter 2022, driven by cost increases and lower commodity prices partially offset by foreign exchange. Adjusted net profit after tax was down 10% to CAD 920 million or CAD 1.74 per share, compared with third-quarter 2021. Adjusted EBITDA fell to CAD 1.9 billion, down from CAD 2.1 billion. The CAD 200 million decrease in EBITDA versus third-quarter 2021 was mainly due to lower prices and higher unit costs in the copper business, partially offset by improved results in its zinc and steelmaking coal divisions.

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Teck is a diversified miner with coal, copper, zinc, and oil sands operations in Canada, the United States, Chile, and Peru. Metallurgical coal is Teck's primary commodity in terms of EBITDA contribution, closely followed by copper, with zinc and oil sands contributing smaller amounts to earnings. Teck ranks as the world's second-largest exporter of seaborne metallurgical coal and is a top-three zinc miner. It is building a major new copper mine in Chile at the majority-owned Quebrada Blanca 2, in partnership with Sumitomo, which will increase Teck’s attributable copper production by around 80%. Along with a number of additional copper growth options, Teck’s strategy is to rebalance its portfolio to low carbon metals such as copper.

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550 Burrard Street, Suite 3300
Vancouver, BC, V6C 0B3, CAN
Industry Other Industrial Metals & Mining
Employees 10,600

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FAQs for Teck Resources Ltd Class B Stock

Yes. TECK has a forward dividend yield of 1.03%. See TECK’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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TECK’s market cap is 18.60 Bil.
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TECK’s stock style is Large Value.
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TECK’s price/sales is 1.36.
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TECK’s price/forward earnings is 8.84.
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TECK’s price/book is 1.00.
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TECK’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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