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Major Drilling Group International Inc (MDI.TO)

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Major Drilling Announces Annual And Fourth Quarter Results
Thursday, 6 Jun 2019 

June 6 (Reuters) - Major Drilling Group International Inc ::MAJOR DRILLING ANNOUNCES ANNUAL AND FOURTH QUARTER RESULTS.Q4 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.04.Q4 REVENUE ROSE 5 PERCENT TO C$100.4 MILLION.MAJOR DRILLING - EXPECTS TO SPEND ABOUT $30 MILLION IN CAPEX IN FISCAL 2020.  Full Article

Major Drilling Reports Q1 Loss Per Share Of C$0.03
Tuesday, 4 Sep 2018 

Sept 4 (Reuters) - Major Drilling Group International Inc ::MAJOR DRILLING REPORTS FIRST QUARTER RESULTS FOR FISCAL 2019.Q1 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.03.Q1 REVENUE ROSE 17 PERCENT TO C$98.5 MILLION.Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW C$-0.02 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.  Full Article

Major Drilling Q3 Loss Per Share C$0.11
Thursday, 1 Mar 2018 

March 1 (Reuters) - Major Drilling Group International Inc ::MAJOR DRILLING REPORTS THIRD QUARTER RESULTS FOR FISCAL 2018.Q3 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.11.Q3 REVENUE ROSE 7 PERCENT TO C$75 MILLION.  Full Article

Major Drilling Group Reports Q2 Loss Per Share C$0.03
Thursday, 30 Nov 2017 

Nov 30 (Reuters) - Major Drilling Group International Inc ::MAJOR DRILLING REPORTS SECOND QUARTER RESULTS FOR FISCAL 2018.Q2 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.03.Q2 REVENUE C$88 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW C$93.7 MILLION.Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW C$-0.05 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.  Full Article

MAJOR DRILLING GROUP INTERNATIONAL REPORTS Q1 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.09
Wednesday, 6 Sep 2017 

Sept 6 (Reuters) - Major Drilling Group International Inc :MAJOR DRILLING REPORTS FIRST QUARTER RESULTS FOR FISCAL 2018.Q1 LOSS PER SHARE C$0.09.Q1 REVENUE C$84 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW C$95 MILLION.Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW C$-0.02 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.MAJOR DRILLING GROUP INTERNATIONAL -BELIEVE MOST COMMODITIES WILL FACE AN IMBALANCE BETWEEN SUPPLY AND DEMAND AS MINING RESERVES CONTINUE TO DECREASE.  Full Article