Key statistics

Gold Fields Ltd (GFI:JNB) set a new 52-week high during today's trading session when it reached 8,920. Over this period, the share price is up 154.63%.
52-week range
3,000Nov 18 20158,920Jul 28 2016
Markit short selling activity
Previous close8,622
Average volume2.50m
Shares outstanding821.53m
Free float806.92m
P/E (TTM)--
Market cap67.78bn ZAR
EPS (TTM)-4.5201 ZAR
Annual div (IAD)0.2125 ZAR
Annual div yield (IAD)0.26%
Div ex-dateMar 07 2016
Div pay-dateMar 14 2016
Data delayed at least 30 minutes, as of Jul 28 2016 09:19 BST.
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